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ITS

Intermarket Trading System

A computerized trading system allowing investors and brokers access to more than one stock exchange. That is, the ITS effectively lists securities of participating exchanges on each other's boards. This allows investors to find the best price available for securities. The Cincinnati Stock Exchange was the first major exchange to adopt the ITS. See also: NMS.

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Examples of issues faced by in-vehicle system designers are presented along with the solutions provided by the guidelines to demonstrate their effectiveness and relevance.
The federal role, as manifested by IVI, is to protect safety and enhance transportation services by helping both manufacturers and users recognize the importance of the integration of in-vehicle systems as well as the concept of "human-centeredness" in intelligent vehicle design.
0 ADK satisfies the requirements for wirelessly interfacing with Apps running on iOS[TM] devices allowing for tighter integration, and safe use of iOS devices with in-vehicle systems.
Clarion is among a select group of leaders in the in-vehicle connectivity space that bring to OAA several years of experience related to designing connected in-vehicle systems with superior HMI, reliability and safety.
These companies, and others, have used Cellport's patent portfolios to create in-vehicle systems found in over twenty million vehicles in the US and abroad.
For the infotainment and telematics space, DGE develops applications for intelligent vehicles that can communicate beyond in-vehicle systems, including infotainment systems that connect with external devices such as iPods and smart phones, and applications that interface with smart traffic intersections as part of the Intelligent Transportation System.
But, now, as automobile companies present drivers with in-vehicle systems like Ford SYNC and MyFordTouch, Chrysler Uconnect, Cadillac CUE, and Audi connect, these innovative brands have made that far-off idea today's reality.
And with haptic feedback and Natural Voice Recognition, it is safer to use than many in-vehicle systems out there.
EV owners will be able to use desktop and mobile web portals, smart phone apps and in-vehicle systems to locate and reserve charging stations on the ChargePoint Network.
He also helped define and launch the QNX CAR application platform, which significantly reduces the upfront engineering needed to develop connected in-vehicle systems.
QNX Software Systems has licensed its software technology for more than 20 million in-vehicle systems worldwide, including digital instrument clusters, handsfree systems, multimedia head units, connectivity modules, and 3D navigation systems.