Delphi, Volvo Team Up on Active Safety Systems

April 2009
Assembly;Apr2009, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p23
The article reports on the partnership between Delphi Corp. and Volvo Group in providing on-board safety automotive technologies to be used in Volvo's S60 sedan. The system consists of sensors and radars developed by Delphi Corp. which detect vehicles and pedestrian to avoid automotive accidents and collisions and a full automatic braking power provided by Volvo.


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