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Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

Advanced driver assistance systems, sometimes shortened to ADAS, are technological features that aim to help drivers stay safe behind the wheel. These include many reactive features that help avoid crashes, such as lane departure warnings, blind-spot applications, and other driver aids such as night vision, driver alertness, and adaptive cruise control. ADAS are usually built directly into vehicles, but some of these ADAS features can also be added at a later time.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

Advanced driver assistance systems work to lower the risk of car crashes. ADAS hope to prevent injury or death not only by lowering the chance of car accidents but also by lowering the serious impact of accidents when they do happen. The future of ADAS will aim to use wireless network connectivity and car-to-car data to improve advanced driver assistance systems.

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