Car-to-car warning system set for America's roads
from Wall St. Daily
America can't wait to get its paws on a new breaking technology that's designed to prevent accidents. The new invention uses vehicle-to-vehicle technology in order to alert drivers of potential driving hazards. In all efforts to keep the roads safe, the U.S. Department of Transportation is preparing a law requiring all new vehicles to include the v2v technology within the next three years. Greg Winfree, Assistant Secretary of the Office of Research and Technology at DoT says, "I would probably go back to my days as a kid and say it is a lot like walkie-talkies. Its vehicles that will have radios that have the ability to communicate with other vehicles that have radio so both can send messages, both can receive messages, and that's how the technology works."
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