Tessco, one of the leading technology and data-driven companies in the automotive and automotive technology space, announced today that it will be adding two additional new technologies to its products in 2017: exide systems and eagles.
Exide systems enable vehicles to automatically detect and avoid obstacles, including obstacles on the road, by measuring and analyzing real-time data about how far they have traveled.
These sensors are used in the smart safety systems in Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi vehicles.
The systems also help the vehicles react to vehicle hazards in real-world situations.
eagles are connected to a smart traffic system and can identify objects and other obstacles and provide information to drivers, and also provide alerts and alerts to the driver when there is an emergency.
These systems are the next steps in an evolution of technology that is part of the Tessco Vision vision for automotive innovation.
Tessco CEO Tom Hasek says, “Our customers love our systems.
We are always on the lookout for ways to improve our systems to help them better protect themselves and their passengers.”
Exide systems are designed to help smart vehicles recognize obstacles on roadways, and are the first to utilize advanced analytics to analyze real-life traffic conditions.
Exides are also designed to be more flexible, making them a good choice for vehicles with multiple drivers.
Tesscom will launch two new Exides with new driver modes, including a lane-keeping mode that allows the driver to take the lane and maintain a safe distance to the other drivers ahead of them, and a lane departure mode that lets the driver take the full lane and slow down when traffic is moving slowly.
Exides can be paired with the Tessnet driver assistance system to offer a more advanced level of protection.
Tessco is also adding the Exide Vision, a driver assistance technology that uses sensor technology and advanced algorithms to identify and avoid hazards on the highway.
Tessnet will be the first company to launch an Exide system, and Exide will be one of several systems to be added to Tesscom vehicles.
Tess combs through millions of miles of real-to-imaginary traffic data to create maps of road conditions that can be analyzed and analyzed to make recommendations to the user based on these maps.
Exide is expected to go on sale in 2020.
Eagles are sensors that provide driver-assistive driving, or ADAPT, and assist drivers in reducing the risk of collisions in the road.
Exiders are expected to introduce a new type of driver assist system called the Smart Lane, which is expected in 2021.
Exis can assist drivers with both lane-holding and lane departure modes.
This is one of two types of lane-hold, the other is called lane departure, and both types of modes will be offered in Tesscom and Tessnet vehicles.
Tesscom has already announced plans to add a driver assist technology to its Smart Lane systems, and Tesscom has announced plans for an ADAPTS system.
Tess has been working closely with Mercedes-AMG, Audi, and BMW on a new smart lane technology that will provide real-timers and alerts that drivers can use to react to real-day conditions.TESSCO’S BIZ IS HERE® is a digital platform for the company’s strategic and technical development of next-generation autonomous driving systems, enabling mobility solutions to transform the world for the better.
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