21 octobre 2017

USA ADAS Forecast

USA ADAS Forecast Some early Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) were introduced during the 1990s. Despite being in the market for over two decades, ADAS has witnessed sluggish growth and still lacks significant market penetration. Some of the reasons can be attributed to the high sensor cost as well as OEMs being cautious about promoting benefits of such safety systems. In the USA, there is currently a mandate for fitment of just rearview cameras on all new vehicles from May 2018. However, the ADAS market is still primarily... [Lire la suite]
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20 octobre 2017

Global Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) for Commercial Vehicles Market - Forecast & Analysis, 2016 -2022 - Research and

Global Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) for Commercial Vehicles Market - Forecast & Analysis, 2016 -2022 - Research and Markets The automotive industry is growing at a rapid rate due to emerging technological innovation and entrance of low cost and compact size sensors. Moreover, these technologies are raising the overall demand for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) in commercial vehicles which allows autonomy to the vehicles and assist the driver in safe driving. The market is estimated to reach $2.6... [Lire la suite]
19 octobre 2017

Aftermarket Add-Ons Will Make Any Car Smarter, for a Price

Aftermarket Add-Ons Will Make Any Car Smarter, for a Price When we talk about driverless cars, we're often starting with the concept of a whole-package model — such as Google's now famous laser-and-sensor prototype — one that's already navigating selected routes in California. But there's another frontier in the technology-driven space of advanced driving systems, and it's starting to make inroads in the aftermarket.   Witness the emergence of add-ons such as Cruise Automation's RP-1 radar-based advanced driver... [Lire la suite]
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17 octobre 2017

ADAS glossary and how the 4 innovative modules of NEXYAD can simplify everything

ADAS glossary and how the 4 innovative modules of NEXYAD can simplify everything NEXYAD has been developing 4 software modules (RoadNex, ObstaNex, VisiNex, SafetyNex) for ADAS and road safety applications. Those 4 modules are designed to be deployed in series : . smartphones . aftermarket ADAS . telematics . intelligent cars Here is the glossary of main ADAS and how thos 4 modules can be used in every case. Intersection Assistant SafetyNex estimates driving risk, onboard and in real time. SafetyNex estimates adequation... [Lire la suite]
16 octobre 2017

ADAPTIVE EYES - DRIVER DISTRACTION AND INATTENTION PREVENTION THROUGH ADVANCED DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS AND BEHAVIOUR-BASED SAF

ADAPTIVE EYES - DRIVER DISTRACTION AND INATTENTION PREVENTION THROUGH ADVANCED DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS AND BEHAVIOUR-BASED SAFETY Technology pervades our daily living, and is increasingly integrated into the vehicle – directly affecting driving. On the one hand technology such as cell phones provoke driver distraction and inattention, whereas, on the other hand, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) support the driver in the driving task. The question is, can a driver successfully adapt to the ever growing technological... [Lire la suite]
15 octobre 2017

HMI FOR ELDERLY AND DISABLED DRIVERS TO GET SAFELY REAL-TIME WARNINGS AND INFORMATION WHILE DRIVING

HMI FOR ELDERLY AND DISABLED DRIVERS TO GET SAFELY REAL-TIME WARNINGS AND INFORMATION WHILE DRIVING Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and In-Vehicle Information Systems (IVIS) are growing in importance within vehicle on-board telematics. However, most automotive industries focus mainly on the needs of average driver cohort, thus the needs of other particular driver cohorts are in many cases overseen. Provision of in-vehicle Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)-based services in conjunction to the ADAS, needs... [Lire la suite]

14 octobre 2017

MOBILITY FOR THE ELDERLY - OLDER DRIVERS AND ADAS : Which Systems Improve Road Safety?

MOBILITY FOR THE ELDERLY OLDER DRIVERS AND ADAS: Which Systems Improve Road Safety? In the coming decades, the number of older drivers that experiences difficulties in traffic as a result of functional limitations will strongly increase. Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) could resolve some of these difficulties, by providing personal assistance in a road environment that does not always allow for the possibilities and limitations of the older road user. As a result, ADAS would extend the older adult's safe mobility as a... [Lire la suite]
12 octobre 2017

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems : description

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems : description Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) is used to describe active safety systems on a vehicle that can identify safety-critical situations and take action, either automatically or by sending a warning to the driver.  ADAS systems have developed fast, thanks in part to sensing technology; cameras, radar and laser technology referred to as lidar. This technology is also helping the development of automated and driverless vehicles. A limited amount of ADAS is mandated... [Lire la suite]
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10 octobre 2017

Elon MUSK says that Tesla will use more than 21 sensors for advanced driver assistant system

Elon MUSK says that Tesla will use more than 21 sensors for advanced driver assistant system This week, Tesla announced that all Tesla vehicles produced in their factory – including Model 3 – will have the improved sensors for full self-driving capability. Beginning with vehicles manufactured in late 2014, all new Tesla Model S vehicles come equipped with a camera mounted at the top of the windshield, forward looking radar, and ultrasonic sensors in the front and rear bumpers. Triggered by the deadly accident in this... [Lire la suite]
09 octobre 2017

One in five car fleets don’t have ADAS checks in place

One in five car fleets don’t have ADAS checks in place Fleet knowledge of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) systems and how to ensure they are correctly used to enhance driver safety is failing to keep up with industry adoption of the technology.   Autoglass research of 250 British fleet managers found that just over a third (34%) of the vehicles in car and van fleets have some ADAS-enabled safety features, such as autonomous emergency braking and lane deviation warnings. In total 29% of all car fleets and 40% of all... [Lire la suite]