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On the topic which is the greatest invention of all time, a lot of people would argue that it is perhaps the automobile that has made the greatest impact in human lives. Some would argue it is the computer and some would argue it is the gun but perhaps James Bond would claim that his car has a computer and guns in it. Kidding aside, whatever it is, the automobile is an essential part of human lives and that humans cannot do without them.

The invention of cars brought about the automotive industry. The automotive industry is among those industries that are technology driven and competition is among the fiercest. When one car maker makes an innovation and got good market response, chances are all the other automakers would follow suit. Just to illustrate, when the airbags were introduced as a safety feature by Ford and Chrysler in the mid 80’s, all other car makers also fitted their cars with airbags and now it became a standard safety feature. Anticipating that the car market is responsive to technological improvements, it is certain that the technology adopted would be those that can be appreciated by the motoring public. At present, Automotive Technology is focused heavily in developing environmental friendly cars. Car makers are currently rushing to produce the first car that would not depend on traditional fuels and is not expensive to produce. Right now, prototypes have been unveiled but the question still remains if these prototypes can be massed produced at a cost that could translate to profits in the long run. Among the prototypes unveiled recently are cars running on electric power. Electric cars however cannot still match the versatility of gasoline and diesel powered cars when it comes to speed and acceleration which the market are looking for in a car. As, still, they are business outfits, technology can only go so far as long as profits are achievable.

Automotive Technology is really a vast area of study as airbags technology alone could very well be a field on its own. However, the term Automotive Technology, more or less, should refer to common areas of innovations like the engine, traction, aerodynamics of the car, safety features, brake system, transmission, fuel economy and even the paints used can be an area of innovation.

In the movies, Automotive Technology has contributed to the overall sales of a movie. People are always enthralled to see what trick James Bond’s car will do every time there’s a new James Bond flick. When the sleekness of the new Batmobile was shown on the movie trailers of “Batman” starring Michael Keaton some years back, fans could not help but fall in line on movie premiers. Another notable car is the one used in “Back to the Future” where the car runs on refuse. Although, cars in the silver screen were thought out from the imagination of writers, it cannot be helped noticing that the technology movies wants us to believe then are actually coming to pass. Tracking systems seen from James Bond movies, where he follows his enemies to their lair is perhaps the only technology applicable to everyday driving and is currently actually in use. Cars with ejector seats, retractable guns and jet-like propulsion were all seen first from movies but suffice to say it’s pointless to have these cars for normal driving.

Automotive Technology is still a rough industry as room for innovation is enormous. Those who want to get in into Automotive Technology can never have a better timing than now as courses specializing in this field are now available at leading universities.

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