Nissan Car Prevents Collisions By Automatically Taking Over Steering

Nissan Car Prevents Collisions By Automatically Taking Over Steering

The Autonomous Emergency Steering System could reduce the number of on-road accidents by controlling the vehicle when it sense imminent collision.

Yi Chen
  • 26 october 2012

A few weeks ago Nissan introduced a car that parks itself. And most recently, Nissan announced that its latest Autonomous Emergency Steering System could further prevent vehicle accidents. The system is designed to work in circumstances where braking alone won’t be sufficient, such as “sudden intrusions onto the road in low speed zones, or when a collision at high speed is imminent due to the driver’s delayed recognition of the tail end of a traffic jam.”

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