Should Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Be Standard?

Joining the first-ever U.S. proposal of pedestrian protection standards last week, the NHTSA is now proposing the industry standardization of automatic emergency braking on passenger cars and light trucks. The proposed mandates specifically focus on vision-based emergency braking systems that include pedestrian identification. If implemented, NHTSA predicts an estimated 360 lives per year would be saved, along with a reduction of 24,000 injuries annually.

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