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Drivers Don't Trust Lane Centering Systems, IIHS Finds

Drivers remain skeptical about lane-centering systems, even though they are relatively confident in the performance of adaptive cruise control systems, according to recent research conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

AAA: Pedestrian Detection Systems Are Unreliable

There are nearly 6,000 pedestrian traffic fatalities every year, yet recent testing of pedestrian detection systems found that when encountering a child at 20 mph, a collision occurred 89% of the time, according to AAA.

Automatic Emergency Braking Reduces Rear-end Crashes by 46%

Automatic emergency braking with a forward collision alert reduced rear-end striking crashes by 46% while lane change alert with a side blind zone alert reduced lane change crashes by 26%, according to a new study from GM and the University of Michigan.

Subaru Begins Production of 2020 Legacy, Outback

Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) began official production of the 2020 Legacy sedan and 2020 Outback SUV today. Each model was driven off the assembly line during a ceremony for employees.

Advanced Driver Monitoring Tech Gaining Wider Acceptance

Almost half of the respondents to a survey (46%) agreed that a driver monitoring system should be required by law in vehicles. The younger the driver, the more likely they believe that these systems make a vehicle safer.

Subaru Prices 2020 Outback, Legacy

Subaru's 2020 Legacy midsize sedan and 2020 Outback crossover will see price increases of $200 and $300 respectively as they enter new generations, the automaker has announced. Subaru has also announced pricing for its new optional driver distraction technology.

ZF Develops Dual Lens Camera for ADAS, Autonomous Systems

Beginning next year, ZF will use a two-lens camera system to improve the performance and functionality of various advanced driver safety features. A second lens enables redundancy for Level2+ autonomous functions and offers wide-angle field of view for pedestrian detection.