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|22nd April 2015, 03:36||#1|
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Crash avoidance system that analyzes the driver's behaviour
If you’ve ever changed lanes when you shouldn’t have and almost caused an accident, you might be interested in some of the new car safety technology being developed at Stanford and Cornell universities.
Most new car safety technology focuses on what’s going on outside the vehicle – Subarus and Volvos, for example, have cameras mounted on their windshields that “work like your eyes” to measure the speed and distance of nearby vehicles. But not many crash avoidance systems analyze drivers inside the car, according to the creators of “Brain4Cars,” an advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) that uses cameras and sensors to do just that.
Good to see the research my group is funding getting press coverage.
|23rd April 2015, 14:19||#2|
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Re: Crash avoidance system that analyzes the driver's behaviour
Nothing quite explains what they're trying to do as well as this video does:
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