A car that can steer itself away from an impending crash is among a number of new safety technologies currently under development at Toyota Motor Corp. headquarters in Japan. The advanced collision avoidance system uses millimetre-wave radar technology, stereo cameras and infrared beams to analyse an impending crash and calculate to what degree it needs [...] Original article from: Australian Car Advice - Australia's largest independent Auto site.
In an effort to strengthen its reputation as the most advanced vehicle safety manufacturer in the world, Volvo is developing a system that can detect animals on the road and automatically brake to avoid a collision. The system promi... Read Post
A great reputation for safety doesn’t count for much if your car crashes during a demonstration of its crash avoidance technology. That’s exactly what happened to Volvo this week as it showed off the collision avoidance system in th... Read Post