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Honda customers are among most satisfied in car industry as revealed this week in latest J.D. Power and Associates Automotive Customer Satisfaction Study published in June edition of What Car. Achieving high customer satisfaction is a top priority for us and we are firmly committed to enhancing customer experience,” says Honda (UK)’s Customer Insight Manager, Jane Nichols. “To this end, J.D. Power and Associates Study is an important measuring tool, enabling us quickly to identify things that really matter to customer. We are greatly encouraged by our success, especially since this year’s study reflects steps we have recently taken to reduce ownership costs.”
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Airbag SDM ' Black Box ' Crash Data Retrieval Information for GM Cars Written by Jenny McLane
The benefit of retrieving data from flight data recorder using Black Box was only available to airlines for many years. This invaluable instrument, which helps determine what happened in critical time before a crash, is now available as Airbag SDM crash data retrieval system on GM cars.
In response to call of National Transport and Safety Board (NTSB) in 1997 that vehicle manufacturers and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration team up to gather information on vehicle crashes using on board collision sensing and recording devices, General Motors expanded data downloaded to permanent memory in air bag sensing and diagnostic module at deployment or in a near deployment collision.
The capability to record pre-crash data has since expanded with time and technological advancement. General Motor's Vetronix crash data retrieval tool (CDR) collects vehicle crash data via air bag system SDM.
General motors together with Vetronix Corporation developed Vetronix CDR System, which downloads data stored in recordable airbag modules.
Software, hardware and interface cables allow recorded data such as Delta V, driver seat belt usage and pre-impact data to be downloaded to commonly used computers in easy to read format. Interface cables that connect directly to airbag module are available for vehicles that cannot be powered up after a crash.