Connected vehicle technologies are reshaping transportation and mobility with driving and vehicle data. Although the primary purpose and added value of connected vehicle technologies are seen as increased safety and comfort at highways and providing a better and safer driving experience, this transformation also creates a valuable opportunity to increase energy efficiency and reduce our effect on nature, gives environmentally friendly energy consumption solutions to reduce gas emissions. The transportation sector directly creates 22% of global greenhouse gas emissions in 2010 .
In this sustainable development process, businesses have four main responsibilities;
1. Respecting social values
2. Economic benefit
3. Efficient use of resources
4. Protecting ecological balance. 
Producing automobile technology, not automobile, is the main difference that takes us to a different point in the industry. Comodif shapes its processes around the four basic principles above to be an environmentally friendly business. So how does the value we add to our customers turn into the value added to the environment as Comodif?
The growing automotive industry has significant impacts on the environment on both a local and global scale. With the increase in the number of vehicles, water and energy resources consumption, air, water, and soil pollution increase, and hazardous wastes are in nature in a much more amount . Connected vehicle solutions aim to reduce our environmental impact and carbon footprint while adding practical value to daily life.
It is predicted that especially the solutions for fuel consumption will reduce harmful gas emissions in the long term. The fact that real-time tracking of the health of the vehicle enables our customers to take precautions as soon as the problem begins. Besides minimizing the damage directly to the environment, taking necessary measures to protect vehicle and driver health contributes to helps to reduce consumption frenzy and indirectly our carbon footprint.
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