Driver Assistance Systems

 

Driver assistance systems are technologies that help drivers with driving and parking operations. These systems are designed to increase the safety of vehicles by reducing collisions. Example features would be a system that alerts the driver to a possible obstacle or a lane-keeping assist. Driver assistance systems can be passive – merely issuing an alert, or active – actively intervening in the case of danger.

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Bledsystem Announces Webinar Series: Eco-Driving for Bus Fleets

Bledsystem Announces Webinar Series: Eco-Driving for Bus Fleets

Bledsystem's "Eco-Driving for Bus Fleets" webinar will explain how the company is helping bus operators reduce consumption and accident rate.

Alexander Dennis Unveils Its Enviro400EV and Enviro100EV Buses

Alexander Dennis Unveils Its Enviro400EV and Enviro100EV Buses

At Euro Bus Expo, Alexander Dennis has presented its next-generation battery-electric buses, the Enviro400EV and Enviro100EV.

USDOT Announces $6.5m in Funding for Bus Automation

USDOT Announces $6.5m in Funding for Bus Automation

The US Department of Transportation's Federal Transit Administration has announced 6.5 million USD in funding for bus automation projects.

Bledsystem Contracted as Eco-Driving System Supplier for ATM

Bledsystem Contracted as Eco-Driving System Supplier for ATM

Bledsystem has obtained a contract to become ATM's eco-driving and operations efficiency system for the next 5 years.

Sagalés to Activate Bledsystem across All of Its Fleets

Sagalés to Activate Bledsystem across All of Its Fleets

Sagalés will be activating Bledsystem across all of its fleets in Vic, Mataró and Granollers, totalling 177 buses!

FARA Is Broadening Its RTI Offering by Partnering with Bledsystem

FARA Is Broadening Its RTI Offering by Partnering with Bledsystem

Bledsystem and FARA are excited to announce their collaboration to introduce a new fleet performance tool for bus operators.

Karsan Autonomous e-ATAK Begins Operations in Norway

Karsan Autonomous e-ATAK Begins Operations in Norway

The Karsan Autonomous e-ATAK has commenced passenger operations in Stavanger, Norway, becoming the first self-driving bus in a European city.

Subsidies per Passenger – The £3 Challenge

Subsidies per Passenger – The £3 Challenge

Councils often use metrics like subsidy per passenger journey as a means of deciding value for money. Can DRT compete with public transport?

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