This fall, automakers are sharing their stories over the airwaves to discuss how they are advancing vehicle technology. Explore the section to hear industry leaders talk about the latest innovations in vehicle safety and technology.

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In a recent report, the U.S. Department of Transportation called innovations by car manufacturers a “revolution in safety.” In fact, this is the most innovative time in automotive history. Today’s auto is more than just transportation. It’s the most sophisticated technology owned by most consumers—and with every new day, vehicles are getting more advanced. This fall, automakers are sharing their stories over the airwaves to discuss how they are advancing vehicle technology. Explore the section to hear industry leaders talk about the latest innovations in vehicle safety and technology. 

Historically, automakers have focused on engineering vehicles to enhance occupant protection in the event of a crash. That’s why automobiles today have a range of airbags – front, rear, side and even curtains – as well as a long list of safety enhancements, including structural reinforcements to the passenger compartments and advanced safety belts.

The future of vehicle safety has expanded into technologies that help prevent or mitigate crashes. Crash avoidance, or “driver assist,” technologies employ sophisticated software to interpret data from sensors, cameras, and radar based technologies that allow vehicles to sense the environment around them and assist drivers by alerting them to impending dangers.

This fall, Automakers are sharing their stories over the airwaves to discuss how they are advancing vehicle technology.