DETROIT – The Michigan International Speedway and various state entities and research groups today announce a partnership that will give auto makers and suppliers access to the racetrack to test and develop connected-vehicle systems. The program’s ultimate goal is to position Michigan as the leader in connected-vehicle technology, which through the use of embedded sensors in vehicles and roadways has the potential to all but eliminate accidents by allowing cars to interact with each other ...
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