Technology to support safety driving

ajTechnology has become the part and parcel of our life and so are gaining prominence in road traffic and safe driving. The technology surge has made us to be in touch with family, friends, and coworkers from anywhere, any times. But these technology misuse like using cell phones while driving or turning your concentration onto your monitor at ride is extremely dangerous, contributing to higher chances for big disasters. Keeping this in mind; this piece of writing is intended to discuss on the technology outcomes that will help you keep yourself away from SMS, emails, or calls while driving.

Let us make a ” safety leap” by making the best use of “Bluetooth” your driving companion.The hands free call answering, voice recognition, dial a number, easy to handle shape and size and the affordable cost has made Bluetooth a user friendly and on demand driver friendly device to a range of people round the world.GPS is yet another safe driving facility that gives you the step-by-step directions to your destination by announcing loudly each turn; so that the driver can focus on the road.

If Bluetooth and GPS is at your help; why keep Rear cameras away in your safe journeys? Rear cameras a clear coverage of the space behind your car on your dashboard; there by helping you to avoid small obstacles hidden in ¬†your vehicle’s blind spot imparting a safe driving experience.

As distracted driving contributed more to the chances for accidents; certain smartphone features that blocktext messages and responds with an automated message saying you’re driving and announces the name of callers over a speaker to help you know the caller without looking into the phone ensures a safe driving.

The rash driving of teenagers is yet another big hassle on the road and now some very interesting driver safety measure that is of big use for parents of teenage drivers are in store. The on demand feature among them are the GPS phone add-on that alerts the parents if a teenager is driving is in a rash driving pace.

Also, there are certain warning and pre-collision systems that warns the driver when they drives too close to a nearby lane or vehicle. Its advanced radar helps drivers avoid frontal collisions. Car warns the driver farseeing accidents, activates the brake assist system and tightens seatbelts if the driver don’t respond.

Many fatalities could be prevented using Drunk and Drowsy Driving Prevention systems that monitor signs of drowsiness of drivers. This could be done using some in-vehicle breathalyzers that safeguard cars if the driver’s blood alcohol content is above 0.08. Some devices like the Drowsiness Video Sensor on the dashboard monitors the driver’s face for signs of drowsiness and makes noises on the driver’s seat belt to force the driver to pull over.