As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, Volvo México is dedicated to helping the community's most vulnerable members - senior citizens. Volvo recently launched its Healthy Kilometers initiative, which enables local medical facilities to safely and efficiently transport elderly and limited mobility patients between non-emergency medical appointments.
Danlaw, the leading telematics supplier to Volvo México, joined the initiative to equip each vehicle with an OBD telematics device - DataLogger. This device ensures drivers in the Healthy Kilometers program are commuting safely and staying on-course.
How It Works
The Healthy Kilometers program leverages Volvo's advanced vehicle safety features and Danlaw's connected car technology to enable safe medical transportation for senior citizens.
Volvo's Technology Drives Safety
A fleet of 20 premium Volvo vehicles are deployed so hospital personnel can transport patients from their homes to non-emergency medical appointments.
Danlaw Keeps Cars Connected
Each vehicle in the Healthy Kilometers fleet is equipped with a DataLogger. This telematics device plugs into the car's OBD port to collect data about the vehicle and the driver's behavior. The data is transmitted to Volvo's backend platform and tracks the vehicle's performance and location in real time.
Danlaw is a global leader in connected car technology and automotive electronics. We focus our efforts on research and development to create intelligent solutions for an increasingly connected world. Our team is dedicated to revolutionizing mobility by driving innovation and bringing people together.
About Volvo México
Volvo Cars was founded in 1927. Today, it is one of the most well-known and respected premium car brands in the world with sales of 705,452 cars in 2019 in about 100 countries. Volvo Cars has been under the ownership of the Zhejiang Geely Holding since 2010.