13 mai 2016

Can Drivers Assist Their Own Driver Assistance Systems?

Can Drivers Assist Their Own Driver Assistance Systems? Until cars can take over the driving entirely, we humans will just have to share the job with them, exploiting the strengths and masking the weaknesses peculiar to each side—carbon and silicon. The biggest human weakness may well be our tendency to be lulled into complacency by robots that drive perfectly almost, but not quite all, of the time. One of the biggest machine weaknesses is in making certain judgment calls. (They’re not great at spotting potholes, for... [Lire la suite]

12 février 2016

Nearly 10,000 Deaths Could Be Prevented and More Than $250 Billion Saved with Greater Use of Driver Assistance Technologies

Nearly 10,000 Deaths Could Be Prevented and More Than $250 Billion Saved with Greater Use of Driver Assistance Technologies Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Could Avert Almost 30 Percent of Crashes, but Stakeholders Must Take Action to Spur Increased ADAS Adoption, Says Study by The Boston Consulting Group DETROIT—If widely adopted, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) could generate tremendous benefits to society, sharply reducing the number, cost, and severity of automotive accidents, says a new study from The... [Lire la suite]
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03 février 2015

Honda introducing first predictive cruise control system in CR-V in Europe

                          Honda will introduce in Europe the first predictive cruise control system, which Honda calls Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control (i-ACC), capable of foreseeing and automatically reacting to other vehicles cutting-in to the equipped vehicle’s lane. Based on extensive real-world research of typical European driving styles, Honda’s Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control (i-ACC) uses a camera and radar to sense the position of other... [Lire la suite]