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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.

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Cost Variables Influencing the Commercial Fleet Market

Overall improved business conditions opened pent up demand for replacement units, especially in the oil sector and construction, which in the prior several years had scaled back new-vehicle acquisitions due to stagnant growth.

GM's Next-Gen Platform Goes Digital

General Motors has debuted a next-generation digital vehicle platform that will offer support for electrification, active safety, infotainment, connectivity, and the Super Cruise driver assistance feature, the company announced.

3 Essential Vehicle Safety Technologies

High-tech features and advanced driver assistance systems are becoming more readily available, and they have the potential to reduce the rates of crashes, fatalities and injuries on the nation’s roadways.

Top Vehicle Safety Tech

These three technology features, which have mostly become standard equipment in recent years, significantly increase safety for drivers.

Isuzu Adds Two Class 5 Gasoline Cabovers

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc. has added two gasoline-powered Class 5 low-cab-forward trucks to its lineup, and will begin offering an advanced driver assistance package and backup cameras in May.

Conference on Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Set for March

In its fourth consecutive year, the ADAS Sensors 2019 conference led by Microtech Ventures will be held from March 20 to 21 at The Henry Hotel in Dearborn, Michigan, and will focus on new developments and future requirements in advanced driver assistance systems technologies.

Driver Assistance Systems Need Common Naming: AAA

In an effort to clear up confusion for motorists when researching or using advanced safety systems, AAA has proposed a set of standardized technology names for describing an array of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).

Why Drivers Deactivate Lane Departure Prevention Systems

Lane departure prevention systems that wait too long to initiate steering input or fail to prevent lane drifts greater than 35 centimeters may cause drivers to deactivate them, according to a new study from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety.