New Cost-Saving Automotive Tech You Won’t See at CES
Hordes of gadget lovers and technology analysts have flocked to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week, trying to catch a sneak peek of the new innovations coming in 2013.
In fact, we’ve got a couple of guys on the ground there, too. (More on that in a few days.)
In the meantime, we’ve dug up an innovative new technology that you won’t see at CES…
Scientists from the University of Warwick have discovered a way to revolutionize the automotive industry… with infrared light.
You see, infrared light can transmit data without having to use physical wiring. So they’ve found that these beams of light can ultimately replace the massive amounts of cables found in vehicles today.
And since the light doesn’t require a straight line to function, it can send data from one end of the car to the other, just like normal cables.
The difference is, removing the cables would significantly lower manufacturing and maintenance costs.
Ahead of the tape,