Vehicle Distance Warning and Signaling System (DWSS) is an improved version of the Dynamic Traffic Light (DTL) bearing SAE paper No: 980560 presented and published in 1998. The traditional brake signal on the rear of vehicles provides insufficient information which only informs a following-vehicle (FV) that its lea
Global Adoption of Autonomous Vehicles depends heavily on safety performance, VTDS rapidly detects threats and delivers 10X safety enhancement.
Autonomous vehicle (AV) control systems are challenged to ‘see’ and respond to the road, especially in unexpected situations, and struggle to mimic human abilities.
This is a description of a Ventilator using common parts with the objective of the part costs being under $200 retail/wholesale. Each Hospital room normally has an oxygen supply with pressure and flow regulation. This entry uses the available oxygen system and 120VAC power supply in the room.
A Six Degrees of Freedom (6Dof) Platform for Autonomous Ground Vehicles, Surface Vessels and Underwater Vessels. Intrusion Detection and Situation Awareness for rapid accurate response. Also adaptable for Aerospace and Earth Satellites.
There is no known technology that compares to the patented Compound Motion of the VForce® mechanism.
According to the report of the World Federation of Deafblind (WFDB) around 1.56 million people are deafblind which is 0.2 % of the total human population and 2 out of every 100th person in the world is suffering from “Milder forms of Deafblindness.” For such visual and hearing impairment,
Video Helper System has several use options, namely:
During the movement of the autocamper, the high design of its van disrupts the visibility of the situation in front of it, for this, the function of a “transparent” car becomes possible by using the front camera mounted on it, i.e.
Iowa State University and North Carolina A&T State University are working together to develop a smart virtual reality system (SVRS) for engineering students to continue manufacturing lab during the COVID-19 pandemic period.
Background: According to the CDC, blindness is “a severe vision impairment, not correctable by standard glasses, contact lenses, medicine, or surgery.” 285 million people are estimated to be visually impaired worldwide: 39 million are blind and 246 have severe low vision.
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