TWIB: Car communication and auto safety

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February 23, 2014, 2:29 pm
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(NECN) - Forget about anti-lock brakes and air bags, we're moving on to the next frontier in auto safety. Now, technology is making it possible for cars to communicate with each other before a crash occurs.

Transportation officials have been testing the technology with auto manufacturers and are  developing standards that will require vehicle-to-vehicle communication capabilities in new vehicles.

Security Innovation's CEO Ed Adams joined Peter Howe to take a closer look at the technology.

Watch the above video for the complete discussion.

Tags: Peter Howe, TWIB, This Week in Business , Ed Adams, Security Innovation, auto safety, car communication
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