October 2001 Newsletter
NHTSA is supporting development of a drowsy-driver monitor that will first be tested in trucks. In the U.S., more than 100,000 crashes each year are due to driver fatigue.
Electrical Engineering at Risk
Is automotive electrical and software engineering competence slipping?
Unisia JECS, The Company Profile (10/01)
Unisia JECS, supplier of engine control and drivetrain products, has felt the fallout from Nissan's restructuring. Nissan remains Unisia JECS top customer.
Sampling of recent safety recalls involving electrical or electronics-related problems (Short)
3.2 million VICS Units in Use in Japan
Cumulative navigation shipments and VICS shipments 1993 to 2001. (Short)
Telematics Market Growth 2000-2006
Excerpt from a new study by the Telematics Research Group (Short)
Estimated Annual Growth of Vehicle Production by Region
Pemberton Associates' estimates of annual growth in vehicle production from 2000 to 2006 (Short)
Delphi Performs Poorly
Delphi's stock has not done as well since the initial offering. More restructuring is underway.
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