Mercedes-Benz Actros track gets semi-autonomous pilot assistance

You may have adjusted them, but the tracks are all around us and are moving all kinds of goods to maintain capitalist wheels. So, improving the truck industry may be very beneficial. Therefore, I think the new Mercedes-Benz Actros is a good boss.

The new Actros announced at the IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hanover, Germany will be the flagship of Mercedes-Benz Trucks, which presents the best in-flight technology that the parent company Daimler must offer. I have seen it on a car already, but I have never seen it on a truck.

Actros's biggest update is the addition of the Mercedes-Benz Active Drive Assist system. It is thanks to low level semi-autonomy that allows the trolley itself to accelerate and brake under certain circumstances. Since it operates at all speeds, it has a stop and go function, but Mercedes Benz is a driver of a wheel man Required Maintain vigilance. It supports both radar and camera systems, as well as many current driver assistance systems for passenger cars.

Unfortunately, you are not going to see the American Across path, but it does not mean that our primitive truck technicians will be in the 21st century.

Active drive assist also works with Benz's Predictive Powertrain Control (PPC) system improved version. Basically, GPS based cruise control, PPC, read the topography of the road, …

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