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Innovative automobile technology at the 19th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems

18.10.2012
Fortune Global 500 ranked Aisin Seki Co., Ltd will exhibit its latest innovative automobile technology at the 19th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in Vienna, 22 to 26 October 2012.

Aisin Seki Co., Ltd and three Aisin Group companies [1-2] will exhibit their latest innovative ITS technology at the 19th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in Vienna, at the Aisin Group booth.

The Aisin Group exhibition will introduce innovative ITS technology demonstrations and exhibits on the following themes:

- Technology for warning of immediate danger and risk during driving
- Technology to eliminate careless mistakes during driving
- Technology for protecting the safety of drivers themselves
- Touch pad operation-based GPS navigation system (exhibit)
- Technological support for environmentally friendly driving (exhibit)
In addition to demonstrations and exhibits, technical staff from the Aisin Group will present their latest research findings on the following topics:
- Universally easy-to-read color tone technology
- Technology for preventing 'wrong-way driving' (opposite direction to normal flow of traffic) on expressways.
- Obstacle avoidance braking technology

Details
The Aisin Group booth will exhibit a danger-warning and response system that monitors and evaluates a driver’s heart rate, breathing, and eyelid and face movement. If the system detects any irregular behaviour then the system automatically takes control of the vehicle, reduces its speed and brings it safely to a halt on the shoulder of the road. This system exemplifies the ‘total comprehensive power’—sensors, steering control, system integration—offered by the Aisin Group of companies at the exhibition.
Further information
[1] ADVICS CO., LTD: http://www.advics.co.jp/eng/
[2] 19th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in Vienna: http://2012.itsworldcongress.com/content
[3] Aisin Seki Co., Ltd press releases: http://aisin.com/press_archive/press_20121017.html

About Aisin Seki Co., Ltd
Aisin Seki is listed in the Fortune Global 500 as one of the largest corporations in the world. Aisin Seki produces and sells automobile parts as well as living, energy and welfare related products. The company is committed to its corporate principles that focus on putting ‘quality first’. Aisin Seki has 2 offices and 11 plants across Japan with over 90,000 employees and subsidiaries that include 69 companies in Japan and 101 overseas. As of 31 March 2012, the company’s capital was 45 billion JPY. For more information, visit http://www.aisin.com/./
Press enquiries
Aisin Seki Co., Ltd Public Relations
koho@rpr.aisin.co.jp
2-1, Asahi-machi, Kariya, Aichi, 448-8650 JAPAN
Press releases: http://aisin.com/press_archive/press_20121017.html

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