A stereo camera incorporated into the car’s braking system will recognize pedestrians in time to prevent serious road injuries.
Continental, the Germany-based international automotive components supplier, developed a stereo camera as a component of its braking system. The camera recognizes pedestrians and prevents serious road injuries. The company hopes that this new device will help prevent or at least reduce the seriousness of the frequent crashes involving pedestrians.
EMBARQ, the producer of this blog, recognizes the profound benefits that information technology can bring to the future of sustainable urban mobility. “Information technology can create more efficient vehicles, better integrated transport systems, and can offer online and telepresence solutions which avoid the need for travel altogether,” according to one of the six main recommendations outlined in the report, “Megacities on the Move,” produced in collaboration with EMBARQ, Vodafone and the FIA Foundation for the Automobile and Society.
Read the entire article at the: SustainableCitiesCollective.com
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