Monday, 26 August 2013

Ford studies space robots to improve car safety

Ford has turned to space robots in an effort to make driving safer and more efficient. The motor car company has embarked on a three-year research partnership with the telematics department of St. Petersburg Polytechnic University in Russia to study communications systems for space robots as a way of improving technology currently under development to produce cars able to communicate directly with one another and with the internet... Continue Reading Ford studies space robots to improve car safety

Section: Automotive

Tags: Automotive, Ford, Robotic, Robots, Safety

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