GOTHENBERG, Sweden – In an age when drivers are balancing cell phones, navigation and audio systems while trying to concentrate on the road, Volvo Car Corp. develops a system that forces commuters to focus their attention on traffic. It’s called the Intelligent Driver Information Manager (IDIM), and Volvo hopes it will change the way consumers handle their driving tasks. IDIM utilizes sensors and other inputs to monitor steering, throttle, braking, turn signals, windshield wipers and ...
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