Great technologies often get the hype, but often wind up not going anywhere. Take night vision. First introduced in the 2000 Cadillac Deville, it ranked third in a list of the automotive features consumers crave most, according to a recent J.D. Powers study. When night vision's market price ($1,800) was revealed, though, the technology plummeted to number 19. Consumers may think it's cool, but clearly aren't willing to vote with their checkbooks.
The Smart Emergency Response System capitalizes on the latest advancements in cyber-physical systems to connect autonomous aircraft and ground vehicles, rescue dogs, robots, and a high-performance computing mission control center into a realistic vision.
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