MILFORD, MI – During test-drives here at General Motors Corp.'s Proving Grounds, the auto maker shows off intriguing sensor-based technologies aimed at reducing accidents and improving traffic flow. Called vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication, the system, which is years from commercialization, uses a transponder, short-range antenna and a communication chip to detect the position and movement of other vehicles up to a quarter of a mile (0.4 km) away. It can alert the driver of vehicles ...
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