Visteon Corp. says it has obtained a license to apply Immersion Corp.’s TouchSense technology on electronic controls in vehicles. By 2010, the two companies aim to develop and commercialize several types of controls enabled by haptics, which refers to technology that interfaces with vehicle occupants via the sense of touch. Continental AG will close its Blythewood, SC, facility by the end of 2010 and relocate its diesel manufacturing operations to its expanded Newport News, VA, plant. The ...
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