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ITS

Intermarket Trading System

A computerized trading system allowing investors and brokers access to more than one stock exchange. That is, the ITS effectively lists securities of participating exchanges on each other's boards. This allows investors to find the best price available for securities. The Cincinnati Stock Exchange was the first major exchange to adopt the ITS. See also: NMS.

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Lane departure system that provides an audible rumble-strip-like warning when the vehicle is departing the driving lane without the turn signal on * Radar-based front parking aid system, using both visual and audio media, communicates the distance to an object in the vehicle's path * A similar rear parking aid system.
This would include a detailed understanding of: - braking, steering and suspension systems - towing devices - tyres - lighting - electronic systems - active and passive vehicle safety systems and devices (including driver aids such as ESC, AEBS, Lane Departure systems etc - vehicle emissions (including vehicle noise) - international best practice for road safety and the multidisciplinary research in this area Response deadline (Irish time) 17-04-2015 18:00
LANE DEPARTURE WARNING SYSTEMS (LDWS) - AN OVERVIEW Leading Vehicle Technologies - An Introduction Lane Departure Warning Systems (LDWS) Driver Alert Warning System (DAWS) Parking Proximity Warning Systems (PPWS) and Backup Cameras Brake Assist Active Cruise Control (ACC) Blind Spot Warning Systems Stop-Start Weight Reduction Major Categories of Lane Departure Systems LDWS Lane-Keeping Systems or LKS LDWS - An Overview Techniques Used Types of LDWS Sensor Types Vision-based Types Manufacturer-Specific Common Variants Advantages of LDWS 2.
The special Passat is fitted with adaptive cruise control which uses radar to maintain speed while keeping a safe distance from vehicles ahead and lane departure systems which prevent it from moving off track.
The special Passat is fitted with adaptive cruise control which uses radar to keep maintain speed while keeping a safe distance from vehicles ahead and lane departure systems which prevent it from moving off track.