Within a week, two drivers closed the road in the dream of the Gorenjska highway, but many new automotive support systems still do not trust them. When you allow a humane congestion and discretion to go on the road, it can prevent a car accident.
Last week, our story about matching car navigation with the existing construction sites on Slovenian motorways was very high-profile. In the area of the former toll booths, even today, some built-in navigation speeds are set at 50 or 60 kilometers per hour, and in the case of radar cruise control and speed-limit systems, the car suddenly slows down in the middle of the highway.
The confusing traffic signals for the 40-hour-per-hour speed limit from export arms to new checkpoints were even more confusing. The freeways were facing the lot, so they were discovered by car cameras and traffic sign recognition systems. Darsers have now moved these marks inside the export arm, at least on the Lum.
The modern security-assistance system still has untrustworthiness
Even though all the new electronic systems in the car are designed to improve road safety, there is still mistrust among the drivers. This is also evidenced by the results of our survey as part of the above article, in which we asked you about habits when using different types of classic or radar cruise control.
About percent of people said they did not trust such systems and wanted to control the car completely without the overwhelming interference of electronics. Swear by less than a third through classic cruise control, which maintains only preset speeds.
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On the other side of the story: two drivers sleep on the highway in Gorenjska a week
Just one day after the publication of our article, another unusual accident occurred on the highway of the Gorenjska highway, leading to the limit of human control over the car. This was the second car accident in a few kilometers that week where the driver fell asleep at the wheel and therefore got off the road. Despite the high speed, both accidents ended without serious injury to those involved.
Fatigue behind the wheel is one of the most hidden risk factors of daily traffic, which is still heavily influenced by factors such as speed, innocence, phone kicking while driving. Summer temperatures greatly affect the temperature, rising congestion and multi-time driving driver's psychophysical ability. Many people use "tricks" such as drinking coffee, energy drinks, listening to loud music while driving, opening a side window. But health experts and police emphasize that only real comfort really helps.
Fatigue is only overcome by rest stops
There is certainly no such problem for Scandinavians traveling to Slovenia and Croatia by electric car. We've written about the owner of a Tesla Model 3 in Denmark, who charged the battery five times over Kozina. He stayed for half an hour each time and then continued driving. Due to compulsory payment, he was forced to become a destination that many would otherwise forget.
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Another solution is security-assistance systems. The example of the integrity of the navigation systems described above and the annoying placement of road signs is just an error in the next generation car development cycle.
Exhausted Driver's Case: There is a lane assist system to prevent it from falling asleep on the wheel. When his hands do not drive, the electronics will hold the vehicle in the lane line, and beeps and vibrations of the steering wheel can alert him and alert him.
In this case, radar cruise control will protect all vehicles from it. Thus, the vehicle will automatically maintain the vehicle's safety distance against it.
All of these are elements of the second level of autonomous driving, designed to give the driver partial relief (especially on the highway and in congestion), and are especially effective in such dangerous situations. The driver is responsible for the car's for operation, and is only in his or her domain. When the car checks that the driver is no longer in control, it activates a series of safety alerts and eventually stops the car. In the past, there were cases where the driver experienced a cardiac arrest or stroke and the car stopped safely at the edge of the road. Tesla's often infamous automated systems have already received many fuses, at least in Europe. The Op Topilot requires the presence of a driver, and if it ignores warnings, the Op Topilot only locks itself to the next stop and engine stop.