You Don’t Need A Connected Car For Many Connected Car Features

In a recent survey conducted by Solace, owners of connected cars were asked about their attitudes about technology being developed for self-driving cars. Overall, the study found that, “while consumers and, more specifically, connected car drivers, are open to incorporating new…

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Survey Shows Even ‘Rarely Distracted’ Drivers Are Still Texting

In a new study from Esurance, over 1000 drivers in the U.S. were surveyed regarding their perceptions of driver safety as compared to their actual behavior. An overwhelming trend in responses was that while most drivers recognize and acknowledge that…

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Auto Tech Updates: Emotion Detection and the Textalyzer

Feature Image: Ford Focus RS prototype LEDs react to driver’s stress levels While autonomous driving gets a lot of attention from the media, notable developments in other areas of auto technology continue to focus on the driver. Consumer and legislation trends…

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The Implications Of A Patent That Detects Driver Emotion

A patent recently filed by Mazda outlined their concept for a “driving assistance system,” a simple name which conjures up ideas about improved accessibility or decision-making in the driving experience. However, the name belies a complex system of emotion detection…

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