Drivers from practically every region around the world recognize with the aggravation which follows tailgating a slower moving truck. On a two lane roadway, it becomes essentially difficult to surpass the truck without risking running into incoming traffic from the other end, however Samsung is revealing us how all of this can be prevented. The company is demoing the ‘‘ Safety Truck’ which carries 4 screen panels at the back showing live camera feed of the road up ahead.
The technology has been introduced by the Korean giant’s Argentinian arm, a country where virtually one individual passes away in a traffic mishap every hour, with over 80-percent fatalities related to roadway mishaps, and not surprisingly the majority of them include surpassing efforts on two-lane roadways. These are startling figures, however Samsung’s technology has the possible to make a significant difference not just in Argentina, but all around the globe.
The technology at hand is actually fairly straight-forward and no rocket science; it just includes a camera installed up front of the truck, feeding live video footage of the road up ahead ideal to the big screen at the back which has actually been split into four panels. Not only does this offer car motorists at the back a clear image of any inbound traffic from the opposing side of the roadway, however can also assist determine any roadblocks or limitations for that matter. The option is not likely to be of much value on multi-lane highways for evident factors, however can show important on two-lane roadways.
The electronics giant is not stating anything about when it plans to mass release this tech and no clear timeline is being offered for its advancement either. However, Samsung has stated that it’s working in close partnership with the Argentinian government and non-government safety companies to establish this tech even further.
In the meantime however, we’re not even sure if Samsung’s solution will in fact be standardized or not. However, the solution at hand might go a long method in reducing surpassing mishaps on two-way roadways around the world by a substantial portion, and if Samsung drops the concept, there’s no reason another company can not receive from there.
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