WABCO Introduces OnGuardMax

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BRUSSELS, Belgium and HANOVER, Germany, September 23, 2008 - WABCO Holdings Inc., a global technology leader and tier-one supplier to the commercial vehicle industry, today will introduce OnGuardMax(TM) at the IAA 2008 trade show, as the company spotlights its breakthrough technology to assist drivers of heavy duty trucks. WABCO's OnGuardMax is the industry's first system for autonomous emergency braking (AEB) in collision imminent situations with moving or stopped vehicles.

Also at IAA 2008, as previously announced, WABCO will present its new trailer telematics technology that increases operating efficiency for transport businesses. WABCO will also launch its new modular automated manual transmission (AMT) system that enables vehicle and transmission manufacturers to accelerate product application and time to market.

WABCO will showcase a suite of new technology and product innovations at IAA 2008 for vehicle electronic architecture, dynamics and stability control; compression and braking; driveline controls; trailer systems, and aftermarket. WABCO systems and services help improve performance, safety, efficiency and service life of commercial vehicles while reducing overall vehicle operating costs.

"Powered by our exceptional engineering capability, WABCO's innovation showcase at IAA further reinforces our technology leadership as we continue to grow and outperform the commercial vehicle market," said Jacques Esculier, WABCO Chief Executive Officer. "We are passionate about connecting with customers everywhere in the world and continuing to anticipate and satisfy their needs."

    WABCO at IAA 2008: Hall 26, Stand B14
    Where: Hanover, Germany - Exhibition Center Hanover
    Public Days: September 25 through October 2

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