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2001 Detroit Show: Audio Reports



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Polk Auto Trend Centers Take Public Pulse At North American International Auto Show: Webcast Report

Visitors to the North American International Auto Show will get the chance to tell pollsters about the favorite product features they see on the hundreds of cars and trucks on display and also a little about their personal driving styles on five interactive computer kiosks set up by the Polk Company, the folks who have been tracking auto records since 1922. Polk Chairman Stephen Polk, in an audio webcast interview with Michigan Technology News.Com (www.mitechnews.com) ePublisher Mike Brennan said the information collected at the Polk Auto Trend Centers will measure the public’s sentiments regarding automakers, their products and the auto show. (LINK TO TEXT REPORT)

Detroit Auto Show Strives To Remain On The Technology Cutting Edge For World Press: Webcast Report

Digital cameras are replacing conventional film-cameras so quickly the North American International Auto Show may not even offer on-site film processing for journalists next year, says John Love, president of Event Management Corp. in Grosse Pointe Farms, which manages the Michelin Press Center at the Detroit show.
(LINK TO TEXT REPORT)

Green Technology, Telematics, eTechnology, Economic Slowdown All Part Of Auto Industry Future: Detroit Auto Show Report

David Cole is probably the best-known auto analyst in Michigan. In an interview with Michigan Technology News.Com ePublisher Mike Brennan, Cole president of the Center for Automotive Research in Ann Arbor, said he sees the future of the auto industry on display this week at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
(LINK TO TEXT REPORT)

Ford Announces Telematics Simulator To Measure Distracted Driving: Auto Show Report By TCC Team

Automakers want to sell consumers a bevy of telematics devices to create a “wired wherever we go’’ driving environment, contends TCC Team, publisher of TheCarConnection.Com., in Wednesday’s Automotive Technology Report. But at least 40 state governments, along with officials in Washington, could soon make moves to limit this wired auto world by banning cell phone use in cars and trucks.
(LINK TO TEXT REPORT)

GM Offers Digital Press Kit That Downloads To PalmPilot: Detroit Auto Show Report

General Motors is offering the thousands of journalists who are covering the North American International Auto Show in Detroit an electronic press kit that includes public relations contacts, press releases, executive biographies and even an interactive map of the show floor. GM’s wrinkle? The electronic press kit downloads directly from a docking station in the GM pavilion to PalmPilot personal digital assistants.
(LINK TO TEXT REPORT)

GM Pushes For "Green'' Technology To Create Clean-Burning Vehicles: Detroit Auto Show Report By TCC Team

In Tuesday’s Technology Report from the North American International Auto Show, TCC Team, publisher of TheCarConnection.Com, examines new “green’’ propulsion technologies in development by the world’s largest automaker on selected demo cars, trucks and buses worldwide.
(LINK TO TEXT REPORT)

TCC Team Talks About The Lack of Green Machines At North American International Auto Show

TCC Team, publisher of TheCarConnection.Com, in Monday’s Technology Report, talks about how much less emphasis there is this year at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on “green’’ technology.
(LINK TO TEXT REPORT)


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