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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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Safe use of in-vehicle information systems depends on whether speech-based interactions can interfere with driving, whether drivers recognize the interference, and whether they can modulate their attention to the in-vehicle system to minimize the consequence of this interference.
In addition, the ATIS/CVO guidelines will be a valuable reference for the development of in-vehicle systems to be included in the Intelligent Vehicle Initiative operational field tests to be conducted by the U.
The Strategic Plan will explore use of in-vehicle systems aboard Metro s buses and
An unintended consequence of trying to make driving safer - by moving to speech-to-text, in-vehicle systems - may actually overload the driver and make them less safe," David Strayer, lead author of the study, said.
This initiative aims to accelerate the development, availability, and use of integrated in-vehicle systems that help drivers of cars, trucks, and buses operate more safely and effectively.
The BroadR-Reach standard allows multiple in-vehicle systems to simultaneously access and share information over a single pair, unshielded cable.
We are seeing a significant shift in consumer audio habits as CD install rates decline and Bluetooth replaces it as one of the primary transports for stereo audio in today s in-vehicle systems," says Hideo Izumi, Senior Manager, Engineering Department at Alps.
Wi-Fi Direct enables easy, single-click connection and communication between devices for the exchange of everything from documents, music and video to diagnostic data -and more seamlessly, to and from in-vehicle systems.
Rohde & Schwarz supports manufacturers today by offering a standard-compliant test solution for the wireless and GNSS-capable components of eCall in-vehicle systems.
0 is designed for tighter integration of smartphones to in-vehicle systems such as steering wheel switches, head unit controls or vehicle touchscreens, enabling drivers to control smartphone apps without diverting their attention to the smartphone touchscreen - helping to ensure that drivers keep their eyes on the road for a safer, more enjoyable ride.
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.
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.