Some traffic studies say if drivers reacted half a second earlier, approximately half of all accidents could be avoided. Mobileye N.V. is among the suppliers attempting to provide alerts that let drivers know there's a situation that could lead to an accident. Its vision-based advanced driver assistance systems can be used in lane-departure warning systems, which are sometimes called a virtual rumble strip, that warns drivers when they're drifting from their lane. STMicroelectronics is providing system-on-chip technologies that add processing capabilities to the vision sensor. The EyeQ2 vision technology can also be used for adaptive headlight control, traffic sign recognition, forward-collision warning and collision avoidance through radar/camera fusion, which can drastically reduce the number of accidents.
Many of the new adhesives we're featuring in this slideshow are for use in automotive and other transportation applications. The rest of these new products are for a wide variety of applications including aviation, aerospace, electrical motors, electronics, industrial, and semiconductors.
Engineers throughout the US are in the midst of celebrating Engineers Week. But the celebration extends beyond the country’s borders, and even beyond the Earth itself; the crew of the International Space Station joined the festivities, too!
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