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Posts tagged with 'Pedestrian Detection'

11 Jul, 2013

John Day   Volvo says it wants to bring the number of people killed and seriously injured in new Volvo cars down to zero by 2020, and with that goal in mind the automaker plans to include quite a few safety and support technologies in its XC90, due at the end of 2014. “When the first XC90 was introduced in 2002, it featured a number of groundbreaking safety features, including a world-first solution that … Read More

Volvo XC90, automotive safety, autonomous parking, Pedestrian Detection, Volvo Car Group, autonomous steering, collision mitigation

11 Mar, 2010

John Day Do you ever watch the credits at the end of a movie? When you see all those names and titles for jobs that might not mean much to those outside the business, it’s evidence that filmmaking is a complex undertaking and a highly collaborative effort. Kind of like cars. Those thoughts came to mind when Volvo announced its new S60. The list of electrical and electronic features in the vehicle seemed to … Read More

S60, Rollover Protection, Sensor Fusion, Delphi, Driver Alert Control, Blind Spot Information, Volvo, Mobileye, Pedestrian Detection, Full Auto Brake, Lane Departure Warning

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