WABCO Holdings, Inc. (formerly known as Westinghouse Air Brake Company) was established by George Westinghouse in America in 1869. It was acquired by American Standard in 1968 and became a listed company in 2007. WABCO is headquartered in Brussels of Belgium, with more than 9900 employees in 31 countries around the world. In 2007, its global sales reached 2.4 billion US dollars. At the same time, WABCO products were increasingly used in luxury cars and SUVs. Its customers includes the world's leading manufacturers of commercial trucks, trailers and buses . As one of the world leading manufacturers, WABCO produces electronic brake, stabilization device, suspension and transmission control system. The company has 34 offices and factories and over 7,000 staff in the world. Separated from American Standard, WABCO becomes an American company, and sets up execution and management agencies in Brussels of Belgium and Piscataway of New Jersey. The company will trade on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) with the code WBC. 2012 – First electronic braking system (EBS) for hybrid-driven trucks and buses 2012 – First hydraulic anti-lock braking system (ABS) with electronic stability control (ESC) 2011 – First Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) on a commercial vehicle in China 2010 – First autonomous emergency braking system (AEBS) in compliance with the European Union's expected regulation 2009 – First simulation system for electronic stability control (ESC) homologation 2008 – First autonomous emergency braking system (AEBS) 2007 – First collision mitigation system (CMS) with active braking 2001 – First electronic stability control (ESC) system 1996 – First electronic braking system (EBS) 1986 – First automated manual transmission (AMT) system 1986 – First electronically controlled air suspension (ECAS) system 1981 – First anti-lock braking system (ABS)

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