lane departure system

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lane departure system

A vehicular safety system designed to keep drivers from drifting out of lane as well as off the road. Cameras monitor the lines in the road, and if the vehicle crosses them without the turn signal on, the driver is given a visual and/or audible alert. Known as "steering assist," the lane departure system may also nudge the car back into the lane.

Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS)
More advanced systems automatically keep the car centered in the lane. Also called "lane centering assist," this semiautonomous driving feature requires that drivers keep their hands on the wheel and works when there are no sharp curves in the road. On a long trip, the combination of lane departure and adaptive cruise control systems provides a measure of "auto pilot" without being true self-driving. See automotive safety systems, adaptive cruise control and self-driving car.


Keep Hands on Wheel
The steering wheel control on this 2017 Honda turns on lane departure. If the car moves into another lane without the turn signal flashing, the steering wheel gently pulsates to nudge the driver while moving the car back into the lane. This is not a self-driving vehicle, and drivers must keep their hands on the wheel.


Keep Hands on Wheel
The steering wheel control on this 2017 Honda turns on lane departure. If the car moves into another lane without the turn signal flashing, the steering wheel gently pulsates to nudge the driver while moving the car back into the lane. This is not a self-driving vehicle, and drivers must keep their hands on the wheel.
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Summary: the lane departure warning system market is estimated to expand at a CAGR of 14.2% over the forecast period, owing to the numerous factors, about which Fact.MR offers thorough insights and forecasts in this report.
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The interior will have a stand-alone display and optional features include automatic high beams, a blind spot monitor, a lane departure warning system, forward collision alert, radar cruise control and a smart city brake support that applies the brakes in low speed situations where it determines an imminent collission.
Technical innovations on the C4 specifically praised by Top Gear included the lane departure warning system, which uses sensors to detect if the car is drifting across lanes, possibly because of driver tiredness.
The vehicle will be available with a range of safety systems called the 'Nissan Safety Shield', which include a blind spot warning system, a lane departure warning system, the around view monitor system, and a moving object detection system.
The vehicle features a new front end that is inspired by the KODO 'Soul of Motion' design language, a more upscale interior while retaining the current model's seven-passenger seating capacity, a new infotainment system and a speech-recognition device that is based on the Human Machine Interface, a lane departure warning system and a high beam control system.
The model features a new front end inspired by the KODO 'Soul of Motion' design language, the latest infotainment system, and a speech-recognition device that is based on the Human Machine Interface, along with a lane departure warning system and a high beam control system.
The global market for lane departure warning system is segmented as per product type, sensor type, by sales channel, and by end use applications.
Summary: The global market for lane departure warning system is segmented as per product type, sensor type, by sales channel, and by end use applications.
There's a high level of standard safety and infotainment equipment including lane departure warning system, lane keep assist, autonomous emergency braking hill start assist control, and an eight-inch touchscreen display audio with smart device integration and DAB.