In the development of AV technology we have seen great opportunities for technology transfer to manually driven vehicles.
This technology will set new standards of vehicle safety to protect vulnerable road users, and what’s more, it can be fitted to road going vehicles, today.
Born from a desire to make large vehicles in busy environments safer, these key technology innovations will save lives and reduce accidents from the outset.
An advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS) for trucks and buses that alerts drivers to the presence of cyclists alongside their vehicles.
An evolution of the CycleEye system sees the wing mirrors replaced with HD cameras and a live feed to screens in the cockpit, whilst retaining the collision avoidance capability of the original CycleEye.
FORWARD COLLISION AVOIDANCE / AEB
An innovative pedestrian detection system that identifies vulnerable road users in front of the vehicle and inhibits the engine.
AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE SYSTEMS
Fusion Processing continues to develop state-of-the-art technology to autonomise vehicles and improve the safety of vulnerable road users.
ADAS: We apply our autonomous tech and knowhow to regular driven vehicles.
Smart cities rely on smooth running highways for the transportation of goods and populations.
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