Taleam Systems Develops Technology to Reduce Car Accidents

Taleam Systems, a computer company based in Ontario, Canada, is trying to develop technology to reduce traffic accidents in cities.

Ottawa, ON (Merxwire) – Taleam Systems, a computer company based in Ontario, Canada, is developing new technologies to reduce traffic accidents in the area and ensure driving and pedestrian safety.

Since 2011, Taleam Systems has been operating in Ottawa-Hull, providing computer services for home use and small businesses throughout the city, and is committed to technological advancement and improvement.

Now, the business plans to develop innovative products that can be used by all drivers. Taleam Systems envisions for voice connection device for vehicle users to connect with other drivers while on the road.

According to Melad Ahmadzai, Manager of Taleam Systems, “We will use Bluetooth connection which will be developed further.” He adds, “On the dangerous roads, drivers must act to stay safe and this may be that device that can help them avoid accidents.”

If successful, Taleam Systems product will be in addition to the innovation devices that keeps drivers on the road safe.

Ahmadzai has reached out by email to Toyota Canada and Honda, but so far, these automotive maker companies have shown little interest.

More information please visit: https://taleamsystems.com/

SOURCE Taleam Systems

Media Contact Information:

Company Name: Taleam Systems
Contact Person: Melad Ahmadzai
Email: melad@taleamsystems.com
Country: Canada
Website: https://taleamsystems.com/

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