Left: The keyboard and in-dash computer turn a Ford truck into a mobile office, via a cellular broadband connection.
Business & Technology
The story of the year is, once again, energy: Finding innovations in how we produce and conserve energy; understanding our main sources of energy;
and gaining insight and awareness into renewables and alternatives. All this keeps us stronger and smarter as consumers.
But Oklahoma has a diversified economy. Other non-energy companies also are excelling in creating innovative products and services.
BY VALLERY BROWN, For The Oklahoman | Published: Sun, Apr 26, 2015
While prototypes of self-flying cars pique the wildest fantasies of technology geeks, the automotive industry writ large has been churning out an abundance of futuristic features for their newest models, most of them to enhance driver safety.