I am hoping someone may know of an aftermarket radar system to sense
the car ahead and warn the driver he is approaching it to fast.
I know some manufactures will have this available on the new cars in the
future, but I am trying to find a co. that may have a system I can buy
and install in an older car.
If anyone has a clue please let me know.
Thanks in advance,
Both of my cars are operated by such a system that is simply
switched from vehicle to the other, as needed. The 'sensor'
observes everything in front of the vehicle, while the vehicle is
moving. When it 'sees' a vehicle in front slowing it then
notifies the 'microprocessor.' Which in turn notifies the 'brake
controller' to apply the appropriate amount of braking. So far it
has worked flawlessly in avoiding accidents.
M Gold wrote:
to apply the appropriate amount of braking. > So far it has worked flawlessly in
avoiding accidents. Both > of my cars are operated by such a system that is
The only truly transportable 'system' is the driver, obviously.
The 'sensor' is his eyes, the 'microprocessor' is his brain and
the 'brake controller' is his foot. If a driver would simply
concentrate on his 'job' of driving he will not need radar to
apply the brakes for him. ;)
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