Sawyer, Christopher A.
August 2004
Automotive Design & Production;Aug2004, Vol. 116 Issue 8, p68
Trade Publication
Provides information on the Road Departure Crash Warning system developed by Visteon which prevents vehicular accidents resulting from vehicles going out of their traffic lanes. Building blocks for the system; Electronics necessary to integrate the systems; Problem faced by Visteon in placing the units around the car. INSETS: FIELD TESTING RDCW;DELPHI'S ACTIVE REAR STEERING.


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