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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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The integration of individual in-vehicle technologies will be reflected in coordinated and streamlined information displays and controls.
Technology Enthusiast Drivers are the catalysts for the mainstream emergence of in-vehicle technologies," said Steve Koenig, CEA's director of industry analysis.
Educating vehicle owners and mobile device users about the responsible use and safety risks for in-vehicle technologies.
AAA also is using the findings to promote dialogue with policy makers, safety advocates and the auto industry to ensure that these emerging in-vehicle technologies won't lead to unintentional compromises in public safety.
factory-to-dealer sales of in-vehicle technologies will reach $8.
11, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) today praised the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) for approving recommendations calling for all convicted drunk drivers to receive an ignition interlock device on their vehicles, as well as the development of new in-vehicle technologies, which could one day prevent a drunk driver from operating a vehicle.
More than 30 electronics suppliers worldwide including Alpine, Pioneer, Clarion and Kenwood, are developing next-generation in-car infotainment systems based on Microsoft's in-vehicle technologies.
The landscape of in-vehicle technologies is rapidly changing as new features continue to be introduced," said Adrian Lund, president of the IIHS.
car owners want some form of in-vehicle technologies, including telematics, in their cars, with safety and security features being the most desired, according to a survey released today by Accenture (NYSE:ACN).
Dupre' has long been recognized as industry leaders in the use of in-vehicle technologies and driver monitoring systems to improve safety," said Sam Wilkes, CEO of FleetRisk Advisor's.
The new Strategy Analytics report, "OEM Activities in In-Vehicle Multimedia, Communications and Telematics Markets," reveals that automotive manufacturer investment in an ever growing range of in-vehicle technologies and increasingly fragmented market opportunities will result in major cost pressures for OEMs (vehicle manufacturers).