NYT+041320+-+Lane+Departure+Warning+Systems+for+the+Rest+of+Us

NYT+041320+-+Lane+Departure+Warning+Systems+for+the+Rest+of+Us

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Copyright 2010 The New York Times Company Privacy Policy NYTimes.com 620 Eighth Avenue New York, NY 10018 APRIL 13, 2010, 3:09 PM Lane Departure Warning Systems for the Rest of Us By JOHN R. QUAIN Mobileye C2-170. Sophisticated driver assistance safety technologies, like beeping lane departure warning systems and dashboard lights that flash when you follow another car too closely, have generally only been available as a factory-installed option on new cars. Drivers of older vehicles have had to make do without it. But now at least one company hopes to make such systems more readily available to those who aren’t in the market for a new car. Mobileye, whose technology is already used as a part of similar warning systems in Volvo, General Motors , and BMW models, has formed a partnership with InstallerNet to offer its Mobileye C2-170 system as an aftermarket product. It includes a camera with built-in software, a speaker, and a small dash-mounted display. The camera is mounted in front of the rear view
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