The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is turning its attention to headlights, and particularly the adaptive variety. This is a good thing.
- Jonathon Ramsey
- Jul 20, 2015
Ford is developing two new adaptive headlight technologies, the Camera-Based Advanced Front Lighting and the Spot Lighting systems, to warn drivers of hazards ahead.
- Chris Tutor
- Jul 5, 2012
Are collision avoidance systems, automatic braking and adaptive headlights worth their extra cost? A study by the Highway Loss Data Institute says yes.
- Zach Bowman
- Sep 2, 2010
A French company may have come with the next big thing in vehicle lighting. Valeo SA has developed a system called Beamatic Premium that allows drivers to keep their high-beams on at all times while still protecting other drivers from being blinded while driving. The tech uses onboard cameras to track the location of vehicles on the road and automated dousers to shield other drivers from glare. Think of it as the ultimate evolution of adaptive headlamps.
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