Tech steers Nissans away from danger

October 2012
Auto Express;10/24/2012, Issue 1240, p24
The article focuses on the Autonomous Emergency Steer (AES) tech, a safety system launched by Nissan Motor Co. that uses sensors around the car to scan the road for "safe zones" between the two kerbs and automatically jerks the steering wheel to avoid a collision.


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