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Finally, Lane-Keeping Aid will actually apply pressure on the steering to help bring the car back into proper lane position * Adaptive cruise control: Using forward-looking radar, this system "looks" down the road when activated, slowing the Fusion when slower traffic is detected ahead.
The building blocks for the system are relatively simple: a 24 GHz radar unit on each side of the vehicle to provide blind spot warnings, a longer range forward-looking radar unit, a camera mounted near the rearview mirror to detect lane markings, and a navigation system that uses the latest high-definition digital maps.
The two-plus-two convertible features forward-looking radar, a mobile telematics system and in-dash DVD and MP3 player.
The system uses forward-looking radar sensor technology - featuring advanced algorithms - to detect multiple moving and fixed objects at distances up to 500 feet away.
However, ScoreLab is also a forward-looking radar station, scanning for the latest moves from the market's top-ranked players.
and Europe, the system uses forward-looking radar to gauge an impending frontal crash.
TRW and Thomson-CSF of Paris formed a joint venture company, Autocruise, to develop, manufacture, and sell a 77 GHz forward-looking radar system to use in the TRW adaptive cruise control system.
In addition to the forward-looking radar of the first prototypes that integrated active and passive safety that achieved reduced stopping distances of six to 13 meters, Continental has incorporated new functions that monitor the side and rear traffic situations for even more safety.