The cars of the future will be assembled with components manufactured by robots that work in perfect synchrony with the hands of Ciudad Juarez citizens. The German automaker Robert Bosch recently inaugurated a new plant measuring 21,000 square meters, with an investment of US$160 million.
Computerized sensors will be produced at this plant and they will allow that airbags open up at the time needed. In addition, the Company manufactures 50 other products, from computers that control the engine operation to sensors that allow that the vehicle makes the needed adjustments in order to have the least possible impact at the moment of a collision. These sensors will be supplied to Ford, Chrysler and Nissan.