Learn about the latest in-vehicle safety technologies being offered by several automakers at the first-ever Fleet Safety Conference in Schaumburg, Ill.
On May 23, representatives from Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Mercedes-Benz USA, Toyota and Volvo will participate in a panel discussion covering new and forthcoming onboard safety technologies. The session, “Vehicle Safety Product ‘Built-Ins’,” runs from 1:30-2:15 p.m. and will be moderated by Bob Brown, Bobit Business Media (BBM) associate publisher and Great Lakes sales manager.
Panelists will also discuss how vehicles are designed to be safer. Panelists include Tom Artushin from Ford Motor Co., Richard Moore from General Motors, Walther Bloch from Mercedes-Benz USA, Scott Kalina from Toyota and Bruno DiGennaro from Volvo Cars of North America.
Scheduled for May 22-23, the first-ever Fleet Safety Conference will be held at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel in Schaumburg, Ill. Sign up now at www.fleetsafetyconference.com.
An audit of the way the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration handled the recall of vehicles equipped with faulty, and in some cases deadly, Takata air-bag inflators cites the agency for delayed action and poor oversight, which may have left dangerous vehicles operating on U.S. highways longer than necessary.