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How Car-to-Car Connectivity Works

Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication systems enable cars within about half a mile of each other to swap information about their direction, approaching emergency vehicles, obstacles and any dangerous road conditions they encounter., notes Brian Daugherty, associate director of advanced development and intellectual property at Visteon Corp.
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Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication systems enable cars within about half a mile of each other to swap information about their direction, approaching emergency vehicles, obstacles and any dangerous road conditions they encounter., notes Brian Daugherty, associate director of advanced development and intellectual property at Visteon Corp.

Such technology is less expensive than individual "advanced driver awareness systems" that use sensors and cameras to detect the car's immediate surroundings, notes Brian Daugherty, associate director of advanced development and intellectual property at Visteon Corp.

Daugherty says Visteon is working on data management techniques for V2V technology so they can tell drivers what they need to know without overloading them.

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