31 janvier 2018

Toyota Expands ADAS Safety Features Launches 2nd Gen Safety Sense

Toyota Expands ADAS Safety Features Launches 2nd Gen Safety Sense Toyota Motor North America, Inc. (TMNA)  announced that the second generation of its Toyota Safety Sense(TSS) package of active safety features will begin rolling out as standard equipment on certain Toyota vehicles beginning in mid-2018. The updated safety package will add new technologies and capabilities that enhance protection for drivers, passengers, and others who share the road, while helping to provide peace of mind in even more driving situations. ... [Lire la suite]

21 janvier 2018

Tech Developed to Prevent Drowsy Driving

Tech Developed to Prevent Drowsy Driving Automotive supplier Hyundai Mobis has unveiled technology designed to detect when a driver is dozing off and leaving the road, so vehicle control can be transitioned to autonomous driving mode and the car can be pulled over safely and stopped. The company showcased its latest DDREM (Departed Driver Rescue and Exit Maneuver) technology at the Consumer Electronics Show last week. By focusing only on the safety benefits of autonomous driving, DDREM technology will bring such advantages to... [Lire la suite]
20 janvier 2018

Can Drivers Overly Rely on Driver Assistance Tech?

Can Drivers Overly Rely on Driver Assistance Tech? * Some safety advocates worry that over-dependence on advanced driver assistance technologies may have unwanted consequences for those motorists who let their guard down: diminishing focus and driving skills. Recent researchon how drivers interact with parking assist systems raises some of these concerns, specifically about driver inattention. Researchers from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the MIT AgeLab and New England University Transportation Center... [Lire la suite]
19 janvier 2018

Development of Driverless Cars to Speed Up with ADAS Technology

Development of Driverless Cars to Speed Up with ADAS Technology The desire to improve Advanced Driver Assistance and other safety systems will speed up the development of autonomous cars over the coming decade.   In the 1997 film Tomorrow Never Dies, James Bond drives a modified silver BMW that he controls from the backseat with a mobile phone during a parking lot chase sequence. The vehicle also has special tires: In the event of a puncture, they simply reinflate. It may be a while before consumers get to enjoy some... [Lire la suite]
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16 janvier 2018

How Mercedes is Using ADAS

How Mercedes is Using ADAS With its new S-Class, Mercedes-Benz says it’s taking another step toward autonomous driving and the use of advance driver-assistance systems (ADAS). The company says its Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC and Active Steering Assist will be even better at helping the driver keep a safe distance and steer the vehicle. Additionally,k speed can also be automatically adjusted in bends and at intersections. Also included are Active Emergency Stop Assist and a considerably improved Active Lane Change Assist. “The... [Lire la suite]
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15 janvier 2018

Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) for Motorcycles ?

Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) for Motorcycles ?   The “thing” that made the Smart Turn System the very best self-cancelling turn signal module in the world became the foundation for the future of motorcycles in traffic.        Are advanced driver assistance systems future? One of the main goals of our company is to become a leader in safety gear for motorcycles that will not only make your ride smarter but also to achieve higher standards of communication in traffic. SInce our... [Lire la suite]
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06 janvier 2018

Older Drivers’ Acceptance of In-vehicle Systems and the Effect it has on Safety

Older Drivers’ Acceptance of In-vehicle Systems and the Effect it has on Safety Drivers over the age of 65 make up the fastest growing segment of the driving population and are, in general, underrepresented in vehicle crashes due to their self-restrictive driving habits. However, as the baby-boomer generation ages into the population of older drivers, the presence of in-vehicle systems designed to counteract the physical and psychological changes of aging, could change their habits. Using a literature review to identify systems,... [Lire la suite]
02 janvier 2018

Pathway to Driverless Cars: Proposals to support advanced driver assistance systems and automated vehicle technologies

Pathway to Driverless Cars: Proposals to support advanced driver assistance systems and automated vehicle technologies Automated vehicle technology will profoundly change the way we travel, making road transport safer, smoother, and smarter. We are on the pathway to driverless cars, where fully automated vehicles will transport people and goods to their destination without any need for a driver. The Government wants to secure the UK’s position at the forefront of this change for the development, construction, and use of automated... [Lire la suite]
01 janvier 2018

Who will dominate the future of ADAS market?

Who will dominate the future of ADAS market? The global advanced driver assistance systems market was valued at USD 22.69 billion in 2015 and is projected to reach USD 78.19 billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 28.07% during the forecast period from 2015 to 2020 (Source: Mordor Intelligence). The demand for fuel-efficient vehicles along with an accelerating need for road safety systems will help to boost the global demand for ADAS significantly. Over the last few years, growing concern about automotive safety among... [Lire la suite]
31 décembre 2017

Driving Towards Autonomous Cars and ADAS – The Future is Now

Driving Towards Autonomous Cars and ADAS – The Future is Now Read any automotive-related article and I’m sure it discusses autonomous cars and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)  – the benefits, the challenges and what the future may hold. More and more auto makers are moving towards autonomous developing vehicles, but many of the systems that will eventually be integrated into these vehicles to make them fully autonomous are being developed today. In fact, you probably have some of them in the car you are driving now —... [Lire la suite]