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Royal Award for ESP inventor Bosch

12 December 2007

An in-vehicle technology developed by Bosch that has the capacity to dramatically reduce vehicle skidding accidents by over 80 per cent, has received the prestigious Prince Michael Twentieth Anniversary International Road Safety Technology Award. Electronic Stability Program (ESP®), an innovative chassis systems technology, has been recognised as the most important in-car technology and road safety development since the introduction of the seat belt.

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