LAURENS, SC – Despite vast improvements in computing power and electro-hydraulics, advanced chassis and drivetrain systems only will function at their full potential if they manage a vehicle’s dynamic forces in a controlled and coordinated manner. At least that’s the thinking of Germany’s ZF Friedrichshafen AG, which recently held a technology clinic at Michelin SA’s proving grounds here to showcase what its latest products are capable of when properly networked. Offerings range from ...

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