New European telematics and ITS report ADAS in Europe - a technical and market review
Identification and assessment of the challenges faced by manufacturers in increasing the fitment rate of ADAS
That's one of the key findings in a new telematics and ITS report ADAS in Europe - a technical and market review.
The ADAS technology differs from standard air sparging methods in that the ADAS' air injection depth can be easily raised and lowered without specialized equipment across the full thickness of the treatment area, rather than injecting air through a single short screen interval (two to three feet).
In addition to the funds awarded for test purposes, CCAT, through the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, San Diego (SSC San Diego), contributed $17,000 earlier this year to the Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center at Port Hueneme, CA toward development and completion of the ADAS technology.