collision avoidance


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collision avoidance

For wireless transmission, see CSMA/CA. For automotive safety, see collision avoidance system.
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Battelle's PathPlan autonomous motion planning and collision avoidance software empowers industrial robots to do what has previously been impossible--safely automate the most challenging tasks within confined or hazardous spaces, complex environments, or with high-value workpieces.
The global market for collision avoidance systems is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.
The safety benefits of collision avoidance systems like Mobileye have been proven to reduce collisions and the injuries and fatalities involved.
It's all possible thanks to the fully automated Remote Valet Parking Assistant which works with a 360-degree collision avoidance system to detect incorrectly park vehicles & other objects and when this happens, the car will automatically steer around them.
A PS60m traffic collision avoidance system (TCAS) was considered for the bomber four years before the crash.
Some of the technology that falls under the heading of collision avoidance includes:
Adrian Boeing presented the Rocklogic system at the Collision Avoidance in Mining Conference in Brisbane, earlier this year.
Nissan Motor Company (Nissan) (NASDAQ: NSANY) (TYO: 7201), a Japan-based automaker, is developing a radar-based collision-avoidance system named forward collision avoidance assist.
Both planes were flying east when the near-collision incident happened, sounding urgent Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance Systems (TCAS) warnings in both cockpits.
Clarke and Andre Platzer from Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science, has already detected a flaw in aircraft collision avoidance maneuvers that could have caused mid-air collisions.
Norwegian power company BKK AS said on Friday (9 February) that it has participated in a NOK50m private placement in high-tech company Obstacle Collision Avoidance System AS (OCAS).