During its first appearance at CES in Las Vegas and using the slogan “Shaping the next decade of automated driving”, ZF will highlight its strengthened commitment to the megatrend of autonomous driving since its acquisition of TRW. The company is in a unique market position to develop and significantly accelerate automated driving functionality of the future with its leading portfolio of sensors, intelligent control units, and actuators.
Three months after its introduction at CES 2015, Delphi’s automated vehicle completed the longest automated drive in North America -- traveling from San Francisco to New York. For CES 2016, Delphi is taking active safety and automated driving to the next level incorporating vehicle-to-everything – V2E™ – capabilities.
The car of the future is connected. It uses up-to-the-minute information from the internet to get vehicle occupants to their destination even more safely, efficiently, and conveniently.
International automotive supplier Continental is constantly developing new technologies to improve the safety of vulnerable road users (VRU).
ZF TRW, the Active and Passive Safety Technology Division of ZF AG, has developed a new airbag that is designed to help vehicle manufacturers improve side impact protection. The center airbag is integrated into the inner side of the seat back and deploys to help protect the head, shoulder and torso areas of occupants in the front seat.
To provide an enhanced online experience for its customers, Dayco today unveiled its next-generation website, Dayco.com, and its updated global automotive aftermarket catalog, DaycoCatalogue.com.