16 septembre 2017

Trucking Industry Debates Driver-Assistance Technologies

Trucking Industry Debates Driver-Assistance Technologies The National Safety Council and the National Transportation Safety Board hosted a roundtable discussion prior to this week's Fleet Safety Conference here about the future of advanced driver assistance systems in trucking. The series of discussions brought together leaders in the world of driving assistance technology, the trucking industry, original equipment manufacturers, media, and insurers to talk about the current state of ADAS and how it could most effectively be... [Lire la suite]

25 août 2017

13 Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

13 Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Automotive safety technology is pretty easy to wrap your head around, but advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are a little harder to pin down. At this point, the debate over whether anti-lock brakes are really necessary is pretty much nonexistent, but most technologies classified as ADAS are still seen as luxuries or even amusing curiosities. The issue is that advanced driver assistance systems are systems and features that provide a driver with essential information, automate difficult... [Lire la suite]
16 juin 2017

NEXYAD member of Groupement ADAS interviewed in MOV'EO Imagine Mobility days

NEXYAD member of Groupement ADAS interviewed in MOV'EO Imagine Mobility days NEXYAD presented the Road safety ADAS SafetyNex : a smartphone App that alerts the driver before danger, letting time to slow down and avoid accident. SafetyNex can then reduce accident rate by 20%. SafetyNex may also be used for automatic braking (anticipation braking) before dangerous area (ex : priority to the right) : the first intelligent ACC with anticipation to avoid accident. SafetyNex also records risk profiles for fleets managers and car... [Lire la suite]
20 juillet 2016

Benchmarking advanced emergency brake systems

Benchmarking advanced emergency brake systems Rear-end collisions are the most common types of accidents. The causes range from inattentiveness when the car in front slows or stops; distractions such as mobile phones, eating or adjusting the radio; poor visibility; inadequate distance etc. While most rear-end collisions in city traffic mostly result in minor vehicle damage, collisions on the motorway often result in serious or fatal injuries.ADAC, Europe’s largest motoring organisation, has conducted extensive research into... [Lire la suite]