Interesting article. There are quite a bit of similarities really. Remember that Honda came up with this technology over 20 years ago and up until just a few short years ago, only four makes ran this and two of those were Hondas. That would be the NSX and the S2000. One of the other cars was a Prius and now know why the article said that eventually everyone will be using this technology as hybrids and electric cars continue to evolve.
The EPS on our cars engages as you start to move. But over 25-30 mph it kicks out in being "active". It's still there and working in the background at freeway speeds but you don't really notice it. Quite the piece of engineering.