Technology is effective in reducing visual distractions
Bluetooth hands-free calling systems allow drivers smarter and safer mobile connectivity in the car by reducing visual distractions, according to a recent study by industry research firm Strategy Analytics,
Dr. Martin Fischer, president of Hella Electronics Corporation and the head of the company’s Corporate Center USA in Plymouth Township, Michigan, said Hella expects to increase its electronics business in North America at an annual rate of 20 percent over the next three years.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has announced two major investigations designed to answer questions surrounding the issue of unintended vehicle acceleration.
A focus on connected cars and digital instrument clusters at both the CES in Las Vegas and the North American Motor Show in Detroit suggests a reawakened interest in automotive camera modules, according to IMS Research.
Ford Motor Company is bringing to market the world’s first automotive inflatable seat belts, combining attributes of traditional seat belts and air bags to provide an added level of crash safety protection for rear seat occupants.