Telematics safety system

  • 19-Mar-2010 09:02 EDT

Applied Computer Technologies combined computer engineering, quality processes, and system engineering, and later added industrial safety into the integrated DrivingSystem. The solution brings together man, machine, environment, and regulation based on real-time conditions and driving application. Applied Computer Technologies understands the issues surrounding drivers and telematics and resolved to eliminate the associated risks. The DrivingSystem manages the communication and driving experience to prevent accidents by tuning the car and communication into a system that meets real-time conditions and drivers’ skills.

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