Benefits of a Head-up-Display in the car

Benefits of a Head-up-Display in the car

Not only the look on the smartphone, but also on the head-up-display can be dangerous. Things can get really annoying if you look alternately at street and speedometer, fuel gauge or head-up display. "Including the necessary eye focus and brightness adjustment takes about half... more »

[23.07.2019]

AutoMotorTech | Volvo to build Accident-Free cars from 2020 #Video

AutoMotorTech | Volvo to build Accident-Free cars from 2020 #Video

From 2020, meaning in just seven years, Volvo intends to have realized its 2020 Vision Program and only build automobiles which are protected against serious accidents by sophisticated electronic equipment. This includes automatic pedestrian recognition (in darkness too), recognition... more »

[02.08.2013]

Volvo working on new safety features #Video

Volvo working on new safety features #Video

Volvo is most popular for making really safe cars. That is one reason why Irv Gordon was able to keep his car and ride about 3 million miles throughout the years. The yet to be released 2015 Volvo XC90 will run on Volvo's Scalable Platform Architecture hoping to avoid accidents... more »

[12.07.2013]

AutoMotorTech | Mobile Voice Control Dangerous while Driving – Study Concludes

AutoMotorTech | Mobile Voice Control Dangerous while Driving – Study Concludes

Using mobile voice control while driving is as dangerous as actually typing an SMS. This has been shown in a study at the Texas A&M University. “In both cases, drivers needed around twice as long to react compared to typing in an SMS by hand”, study head Christine Yager... more »

[04.05.2013]

[AutoMotorTech] Volvo Developing The Ultimate Safety System

[AutoMotorTech] Volvo Developing The Ultimate Safety System

Whilst driving one of the things you have to contend with is the possibility of having an accident. Whether it be caused by other drivers or your own bad judgement. So it comes as no surprise that Volvo, dubbed the maker of the safest vehicles around, would be developing crash... more »

[07.12.2012]