The European Commission is launching a multi-pronged initiative to promote intelligent vehicle-safety systems. Equipping new cars with the latest range of digital safety devices could prevent thousands of deaths in the European Union by reducing traffic, says Viviane Reding, EC information society and media commissioner. Devices such as adaptive cruise control to prevent rear-end collisions, vehicle-lane position monitors and other technology that measures driver’s eye movements and ...

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