Currently, there are tens of millions of drive-by-wire
vehicles (not just Toyotas) on the road.
The PEIT drive-by-wire
project, under the leadership of DaimlerChrysler, is recognized as both an imaginative and seminal undertaking with the goal of developing technologies for "accident-preventing" vehicles.
Thanks to drive-by-wire
technology, the C-Crosser does away with the need for a steering column and pedals, reducing the risk of injury in the event of an impact.
system consolidates braking and accelerating systems on the steering wheel, while sensors keep the car in its own lane.
GM's concept is the first vehicle to combine fuel cells with drive-by-wire
functionality which allows steering, braking and other vehicle systems to be controlled electronically instead of mechanically.
technology will remove the physical link between the steering wheel and the front wheels and replace it with electronic signals.
FlexRay is the upcoming in-vehicle network standard, offering the speed, reliability and deterministic behavior demanded by safety critical and drive-by-wire
Unlike the previous latticework design, the new lightweight pedal box has an integral mounting point for the drive-by-wire
throttle and traction control are all part of the package on this car which is a little showcase of handling excellence.
An advanced drive-by-wire
system provides a fascinating functional detail to the Treo interior, which in turn allows for instant adaptability for either left- or right-hand drive.
Suddenly, the car industry was faced with drive-by-wire
The car dispenses with pedals and gear lever, opting for drive-by-wire
technology with wheel-mounted controls for accelerator, brake and gear change functions.