TECH: Where Does the NHTSA Stand On Automotive Cyber Security?

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) places most of the responsibility for traffic fatalities firmly on the shoulders of driver error – to the tune of more than 90 percent. Not being a regulatory body prone to standing idly by and waiting for problems to work themselves out, the NHTSA has taken steps to […]

NEMPA/MIT Study: Consumers Want Some Autonomous Features, Want Training To Learn To Use Them

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As part of the New England Motor Press Association and the MIT AgeLab’s annual NEMPA/MIT Technology Conference, MIT Research Scientist Bryan Reimer revealed the results of a consumer survey that showed consumers are interested in some autonomous technologies, but they want to be taught how to use it in very different ways than they’re taught […]

It’s Coming – V2V Technology

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V2V is a whole lot more than just crash avoidance technology, but allow me to take a moment and describe some of its phenomenal crash avoidance capabilities. Imagine how secure you would feel if your vehicle could warn you of a stopped vehicle in your immediate path or warn you of an unseen vehicle speeding […]