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Protect Passengers and
Vulnerable Road Users with
Driving a transit bus in urban environments is challenging. Its size gives the driver
limited visibility and greater turn radii, while facing crowded city streets and
crosswalks. In these conditions, every turn poses the risk of a collision.
Mobileye Shield+ is a comprehensive collision avoidance system with real-time alerts. When danger is detected, simple
visual and audio alerts warn the driver to react quickly to avoid collisions with vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists.
These alerts include:
Forward Collision Warning
which alerts of imminent rear-end collision
with a vehicle ahead.
Pedestrian and Cyclist Collision Warning
which alerts of imminent collision with a
pedestrian or cyclist ahead, during daylight.
Headway Monitor & Warning
which monitors when the distance to the
vehicle ahead becomes unsafe.
Lane Departure Warning
which alerts if the vehicle leaves the driving
lane without use of the turn signal.
But for transit buses, these alerts may not be enough so Mobileye developed Mobileye Shield+ with:
Blind Spot Detection
Mobileye Shield+ has additional cameras placed around the vehicle to detect pedestrians and cyclists in the
vehicle's blind spots, and warns the driver of a threat they may not see.
A Washington State Transit Insurance Pool study found that buses equipped with Mobileye Shield+ experienced a
58.5% potential reduction in the value of vehicular and pedestrian claims.
Almost any type of vehicle can be retrofitted with Mobileye Shield+,
giving your existing bus fleet immediate safety improvements.
Additionally, the built-in telematics can provide data and insights that can
help decision makers identify potentially dangerous areas.
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Mass Transit
People & Places
NRC Chairman's Column
A Robust Safety Culture Enhances an Entire System
U.S. Transit Safety and Security Report 2019
Going Vertical: The Upside of Multi-Level Transit Facilities
Considering the Rail Passenger Purview
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