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EUCLIDE - Enhanced vision and driver warning using infrared/radar and positioning technology
Started in March 2001, the three-year EUCLIDE project aims to develop an on-vehicle warning system in order to support the driver in avoiding collision under reduced visibility conditions and in several traffic scenarios. The driver assistance system will merge the functionality of two different sensors: far infrared and microwave radar. Data derived from the two sensors will be processed and combined to enhance the performance of the system.
Roughly 37% of serious road accidents (with injuries) occur in conditions of limited visibility, such as darkness and fog. EUCLIDE aims to support the driver, developing an innovative human centred driver support system to be operable in case of a driver's:
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