The U.S. government is expediting rules that will make car-to-car communication mandatory. Continue Reading...
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Continental is a German supplier that provides all kinds of components to automakers, from turbochargers and transmission-control units to radar sensors and instrument clusters. Continue Reading...
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is giving vehicle-to-vehicle communication a thumbs up. Continue Reading...
General Motors believes most vehicles will have autonomous highway driving in 10 years. Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is looking towards vehicle-to-vehicle technology to keep U.S. roads safe. Continue Reading...
It won’t be long before cars can communicate with each other, relaying real-time safety information to reduce accidents and save lives. Continue Reading...
Would you drive differently if you knew what a traffic light was going to do before entering the intersection? Toyota thinks so. Continue Reading...
To further use technology to make our roadways safer, it was reported back in February that NHTSA wished to mandate vehicle-to-vehicle communication that could help reduce about 80 percent of today’s automotive-related crashes. While speaking at the Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress, David Strickland said NHTSA is currently working with automakers and other government… Continue Reading...
In the continued pursuit to make our roadways as safe as possible, several automakers, like BMW, have been researching vehicle-to-vehicle communication technology which could become mandatory in the future. A decision will come next year by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in whether or not it will mandate the technology for future vehicles. While… Continue Reading...
GM showed off the next step towards their new vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrstructure communication systems at the Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress. The technology hopes to significantly reduce traffic accidents, with GM stating that it could potentially avert 81-percent of all U.S. vehicle crashes, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. GM is utilizing portable… Continue Reading...