“We can’t read minds, but can try to read the person as much as possible,” says Continental’s Christian Schumacher.
SAULT STE. MARIE, MI – Christian Schumacher’s work centers on advanced car technology, yet includes basic human psychology. He oversees auto supplier Continental’s development of innovative safety systems. Those are designed to avert collisions in the first place and otherwise protect vehicle occupants as much as possible, should an inevitable crash occur. Today’s protection technology ranges from alerting a distracted driver of imminent danger to taking control ...
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