This site serves to display our collected research in the field of computerized systems within modern cars. Information on the history of the technology can be found under the History tab above. Individual systems can be viewed under the systemstab and is broken down into three subcategories: Underlying technology (the computers and methods that the technology is build upon), Accessories (more basic applications of computer control within a motor vehicle), and Assisting the Driver (more advanced systems that make piloting a modern vehicle easier or safer). Potential developments in the industry are covered under the Future tab. Finally, we have a program available for download which allows a user to see how a computer can in theory control the various lighting systems in a modern vehicle. This is available under the Experiment tab above.