OT: Car buffs, help needed

paul stenquist pnstenquist at comcast.net
Sat Oct 31 08:41:36 EDT 2009


Thanks Cotty. I know Mazda has a blind spot sensor as well. In  
combination with the kind of traffic-ahead proximity sensors Ken  
mentioned as well as reverse sensors, this could be a good topic.
Paul
On Oct 31, 2009, at 2:24 AM, Cotty wrote:

>> What's the latest gee-whiz technology in the auto biz. Looking for
>> topics that are unusual and somewhat obscure. For example the ceramic
>> brake disc is potentially a good topic, the hydrogen fuel cell  is
>> probably not. Any ideas will be greatly appreciated.
>
> Apparently the latest Range Rover has an indicator light that alerts  
> the
> driver to a vehicle moving through or staying in the driver's blind
> spot. I have no idea how widely available this is in other cars. I  
> took
> the rear view mirror out of my 2005 Land Rover as I have no rearward
> vision except for reversing camera. But who wants to look where  
> they've
> already been ;-)
>
> Maybe look into sensors of other kinds, eg parking sensors etc?
>
>
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