lateral control

lateral control

The control of an airplane's rolling about the longitudinal axis. This is provided by ailerons and/or differential spoilers.
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The acquisition of Sheppard is a key step toward providing lateral control through active steering, which is a cornerstone that complements WABCOs ability to control longitudinal movement through active braking, stability and suspension control systems.
The acquisition of Sheppard is a key capability toward providing lateral control through active steering, which is a cornerstone that complements Wabco's leading technologies in longitudinal control through active braking, stability and suspension controls.
The production milestone signifies a shift in industry demand for lateral control systems offering greater fuel efficiencies; tailored, tuneable driving experiences and enabling advanced driver assistance system features.
In this paper, we propose a vision based lateral control scheme for autonomous lane change system on highways.
MAN likens the platoon system to an 'electronic tow-bar', whereby the longitudinal and lateral control of the vehicle to the rear is automated - and where each vehicle follows the truck in front.
The improvement of lateral guidance and control system can smooth the desired roll angle, which is much better than original lateral control logic of Pixhawk.
The rear suspension is a five-link setup that features reduced roll center migration, stronger lateral control, and effective antisquat geometry.
The wings, also of wood and fabric covered, include wires to enable them to be warped for lateral control.
One of the Wrights' major conundrums, which no other inventors had come close to solving, was lateral control.
Lufthansa, Airbus German investigators believe Airbus should assess aspects of A320 flight logic after determining that partial loss of lateral control authority contributed to the Lufthansa wing-strike in Hamburg two years ago.
In the study, Frank Drews and colleagues found that texters in a driving simulator had more crashes, responded more slowly to brake lights on cars in front of them, and showed impairment in forward and lateral control than did drivers who talked on a cell phone while driving or drove without texting.
The linkage uses two lateral control arms to hold the wheel carrier.

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