Or you could use a rig like California Superbike School have used for on-bike video, showing the track and also the rider's actions:
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- Tue Sep 10, 2019 12:45 pm
- Forum: Advanced Driving - Bikes
- Topic: A few more videos
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What camera mount do you have - could it be at eye-level, or would the visor opening/mechanism get in the way? Tried the 'parrot' mount? See Fig 2-1 Actually two cameras, different field of views, which looked over the screen of the Pan. The mount was screwed through a piece of body armour, with ver...
sussex2 wrote: I asked politely if I could help 'No we're fine was the answer'. It turned out they did and the address they wanted was a 100 meters from them, which I showed them.
More accurate than satnav or postcodes.
GPS/route finding, with traffic updates, and streaming music services, or listening to DAB radio, would all be a tad more difficult. Plus it would be challenging to differentiate driver and passenger use, especially of a single phone.
If you believe that an in-cab warning is distracting, formally report it to H&S as a near miss, ideally with supporting evidence on the risks of driver distraction.
Isn't stopping a way of 'dealing' with the situation? It's a big leap from that to planning a [relatively!] 'safe' route past an obstruction, with the system needing to know how to deviate from a path then return to it, without achieving an unintended scenic or vehicular interface opportunity
Or perhaps it did pick up the barrels, but if it only did so once it was committed past the heavy, hitting them was its best option? David Needs to learn to look further ahead then :roll: (whenever I've seen demos of ADAS video systems it's always bothered me that the cameras don't identify things ...