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  • 2000 Buick Park Avenue-- Luxury ride eats snow drifts for breakfast
    system, there are three sensors detecting yaw, lateral acceleration, and steering-wheel angle. The sensors compare what the driver wants the car to do with how accurately the vehicle is responding. A computer controls antilock brakes and traction control to keep the car under control. During
  • 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR
    front grillwork, 17-in forged alloy wheels, and clear jewel-styled tail lamps. These cars sport all-wheel drive as well. A center differential employs an electrohydraulic clutch that distributes power to the rear wheels at the direction of various sensors for wheel speed, throttle position, steering
  • Safety and Security: Mercedes-Benz S550
    with split-second speed by applying one of the left or right-side brakes. ESP uses the angle of the steering wheel and the speed of the four wheels to calculate the path
  • DAQs Track Race-car Moves DAQs track race-car moves
    and practice laps. The data helps teams more rapidly test chassis settings and develop new components. Data typically include steering angle, suspension movement, wheel speed, yaw (the rotation of the body around its center-point when cornering), tire pressures, fuel consumption, shock absorber
  • Built-in backseat driver could save lives
    or, if traffic's heavy to put a cell phone call on hold. "Drivers are fitted with a caps with electrodes hooked up to a car's computer that collect physical data like brake pedal force, acceleration, steering wheel angle, and turn signaling " says Kevin Dixon, principal investigator. "Specialized

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