ADAS

World News:  ADAS market to reach 63 million units by 2013
2nd April 2007

World News: ADAS market to reach 63 million units by 2013

Based on an extensive study into the various high technology advanced driver assistance systems, Strategy Analytics has released a new report – ADAS: Assessing Opportunities & Challenges. The report...

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America News: GM partners with CDC to improve emergency crash response
22nd March 2007

America News: GM partners with CDC to improve emergency crash response

The GM Foundation has announced a partnership with the Centres for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and the CDC Foundation to develop procedures to improve the ability of emergency...

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America News:  GE and Blackstone to acquire PHH Corp for $1.8 billion
20th March 2007

America News: GE and Blackstone to acquire PHH Corp for $1.8 billion

GE Capital Solutions and The Blackstone Group have agreed to acquire PHH Corp in an all-cash transaction of approximately $1.8 billion. GE Capital Solutions will buy New Jersey-based PHH...

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Europe News:  Continental Automotive Systems signs eCall MOU
13th March 2007

Europe News: Continental Automotive Systems signs eCall MOU

Continental’s Automotive Systems division has renewed its commitment to the European Commission’s eCall initiative by signing the eCall Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann, president of Continental Automotive...

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Europe News:  Alpha Micro wins £0.5m contract with Mileage Management contract
8th March 2007

Europe News: Alpha Micro wins £0.5m contract with Mileage Management contract

Alpha Micro Components has been awarded a £500,000 contract to develop the latest fleet tracking hardware for Road Angel’s new subsidiary, Mileage Management. The initial contract is for a...

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World News: Continental launches new driver assistance systems
7th March 2007

World News: Continental launches new driver assistance systems

The Automotive Systems Division of Continental AG plans to launch a series of new driver assistance systems with crucial safety functions. Lane Departure Warning with sensory alarmThe Lane Departure...

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Europe News:  SBD recommends action to put eCall back on track
5th March 2007

Europe News: SBD recommends action to put eCall back on track

Breaking down the barriers to establishing a successful pan-European public eCall accident alert system will require new dialogue and compromises from all the project’s key stakeholders, says SBD. In...

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Asia News:  Astrata provides vehicle tracking/immobilising to Singapore’s police force
5th March 2007

Asia News: Astrata provides vehicle tracking/immobilising to Singapore’s police force

Astrata Group recently supplied a vehicle tracking and immobilisation system for Singapore's police force, when security was boosted for the IMF and World Bank annual meeting. Singapore's security forces...

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World News: Recovering stolen vehicles and uncovering mobile chop shops
26th February 2007

World News: Recovering stolen vehicles and uncovering mobile chop shops

LoJack has recovered its 100,000th stolen vehicle in the US; while in South Africa, Tracker has recovered a stolen vehicle from what is possibly the world’s first mobile chop...

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World News:  Wanted: Good home for obsolete ITS infrastructure
22nd February 2007

World News: Wanted: Good home for obsolete ITS infrastructure

In a recent feature article, ITS International considers the merits of offering scrap older-generation ITS infrastructure to developing nations – for free. While the suggestion of feeding obsolete hand-me-downs...

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America News:  ADP, KIA and Roadside Telematics to develop RoadMedic®
5th February 2007

America News: ADP, KIA and Roadside Telematics to develop RoadMedic®

ADP, Kia Motors America and Roadside Telematics Corp have announced a collaborative effort to develop and introduce a patented database service – the RoadMedic® Key Registry. The RoadMedic Key...

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Europe News:  French DDSC certifies PSA Peugeot Citroën’s emergency call system
2nd February 2007

Europe News: French DDSC certifies PSA Peugeot Citroën’s emergency call system

After several months of co-operation with the French Interior Ministry’s department of public safety (DDSC), PSA Peugeot Citroën has become the first European carmaker with an emergency call system...

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