A key aspect of the safety pilot is to establish a deployment test site for a real-world model for enabling wireless communications among vehicles and with roadside equipment for use in generating data for driver safety warning systems.
What does SWS stand for?
SWS stands for Safety Warning System
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- Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Council
- Sudanese Women Research and Training Center
- Southwest Recycling and Transfer Station
- Southern Wisconsin Rottweiler Verein
- Sena Weller Rohs Williams Inc. (investment counseling firm)
- Stichting Water Recreatie Wieringen (Dutch: Water Recreation Foundation Wieringen; Wieringen, Netherlands)
- Schools Will Rock You (UK)
- Sacramento Waldorf School (Fair Oaks, CA)
- Safe Water System
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64 Digital Voice Alerts: Clear voice announcements for X, K, Ka bands, Laser and 60 Safety Warning System Messages or unique audio tones.
The Japan Atomic Energy Agency, which is in charge of the Monju project, has been rocked by several other preventable problems, such as the improper installment of a safety warning system.
Every control, indicator, and safety warning system of a real train is reproduced in the simulator, which can recreate weather hazards, infrastructure problems, mechanical failures, and hundreds of other training scenarios.
This year, VIRTTEX, which debuted in 2001 as the first full-motion driving simulator in North America, is being devoted to studying and developing active safety warning systems.
Other handy features of the RMR-C450 include Safety Alert (SA) and Safety Warning System (SWS) signals, digital display, as well as dim, mute, and on/off controls.
Our safety warning system utilizes unique microwave radar technology to send vital traffic information to motorists, resulting in fewer accidents and, hopefully, many lives saved," according to John Pohl, Vice President of Marketing, Cobra Electronics.
In February of this year, the Indiana Department of Transportation took measures to address this issue by approving the Safety Warning System for use by public works crews on the state's highways.