I have a thousand questions since the video didn't actually explain anything, what is the basic principle? What are the components? Are they making aftermarket kits? Or just trying to market to manufacturers?
This system has electric stepper motors at each wheel with a computer that sees the road in front of the car. Lets say the computer sees a pot hole up ahead when you get to the pot hole instead of letting the tire fall in it and bounce out the computer tells the wheel to set down in to the pot hole and then picks it up when it's time to come out of the hole. At the end of the video when the car jumped over the board the computer decided that the car could not simply drive over the board at that speed so it jumped it.
As of now it's in no production vehicles and I don't even know if its available for aftermarket use but when it does it will set you back around $50,000
I read a little more about it, looks like they have bee working on it for the last 30+ years, but it wasn't until the 90's that they were able to make any real progress since they lacked the processing technology prior to the pentium revolution. In 2004 they released that video as part of a press release, saying that in the next year they planned to be tied to at least one manufacturer to put it into production on vehicles, which would occur within the decade. Well, here we are in 2013, and there have been no further announcements. Supposedly the plan was to option it for $100k+ cars, of course in 04 that meant something different, now it may even be $200k+