Last Thursday the Georgia Department of Transportation, with partners The Ray, Kia Georgia and Panasonic, demonstrated the connected vehicle environment along The Ray Highway – the 18 miles of Interstate 85 in Georgia adjacent to Alabama. Panasonic has a connected vehicle data platform called Cirrus, that can detect real-time roadway events and up safety messages on the go. Georgia DOT and Kia both have vehicles equipped with the technology, and the DOT can also transmit this data to other drivers on the road in this logistics and manufacturing corridor in west Georgia.   

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