With significantly less vibration from the road surface and an improved working environment for the driver, Volvo Dynamic Steering (VDS) is an important part of Volvo Trucks’ drive to improve road safety, with the focus firmly on the driver. Now the new technology has won the coveted ‘Quality Innovation of the Year 2013’ award, a prize awarded annually by SIQ – the Swedish Institute for Quality – with the aim of stimulating the development of high-quality innovations.
“Volvo Dynamic Steering is an excellent example of an invention developed to meet both commercial needs and user wishes. The new technology offers the driver both better manoeuvrability and an improved working environment,” says Associate Professor Matti Kaulio of the Department of Industrial Economics at KTH, the Royal Institute of Technology, who formulated the jury’s decision.
In order the win the award, any innovation must have a clear link to a specific customer requirement. Volvo Dynamic Steering did particularly well in this respect.
“The fact that the innovation is both a response to individual needs and meets commercial requirements is truly exciting. It also somehow succeeds in offering a combination of tried and tested, as well as cutting-edge technology to create a better product. Then of course there is the safety aspect, which is part and parcel of Volvo’s brand image,” adds Matti Kaulio.
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