EL TORRO, CA – With growing availability of vehicle-sensing technologies that promise to limit blind-spot collisions and deadly highway pileups, General Motors Corp. is calling for industry-wide communications standards to ensure those systems proliferate. The Federal Communications Commission recently dedicated a 5.9-gigahertz frequency for vehicle systems that broadcast between and among one another. But at a recent demonstration here of its vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology, GM ...

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