Eaton sells VORAD system to Bendix

  • 20-Jan-2009 01:54 EST
Eaton Corp. has sold its VORAD (Vehicle On-Board Radar) system to Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC, based in Elyria, OH. In connection with the transaction, Eaton’s Roadranger Marketing organization has entered into an agreement with Bendix to continue to market and support the VORAD system in the North American marketplace. The VORAD system is a radar-based collision warning system used by commercial vehicle OEMs, major trucking fleets, and specialty vehicle manufacturers.
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