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Dong Min Lee: Method for detecting lane deviation of vehicle. Hyundai Motor Company, Christie Parker & Hale, November 13, 2001: US06317057 (353 worldwide citation)

In a method for detecting lane deviation of a vehicle, a difference between a center point of lane markers and a center point of the vehicle is first determined. Then a difference between a screen center x-coordinate and a vehicle center point x-coordinate is subtracted from the determined differenc ...


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Nobuyoshi Asanuma, Hiroshi Sekine, Yoshikazu Tsuchiya, Kazuya Tamura, Hiroyuki Kamiya: Driving control system for vehicle. Honda Giken Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Joseph P Carrier, Irving M Weiner, Weiner Carrier & Burt, July 23, 1996: US05539397 (331 worldwide citation)

A driving control system for a vehicle includes a map information output device for outputting a map, a vehicle position detecting device for detecting a vehicle position of a subject vehicle on the map, a vehicle speed detecting device for detecting a vehicle speed, a passable area determining devi ...


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Young H Chey: Vehicle detection and collision avoidance apparatus. David Chey, December 2, 1986: US04626850 (287 worldwide citation)

A dual operational mode vehicle detection and collision avoidance apparatus is disclosed characterized by use of a single active or passive acoustic ranging device mounted for azimuth directional movement relative the vehicle to automatically detect the presence and direction of objects in the vicin ...


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Kazuyuki Umebayashi, Takahiro Yamada: Vehicle-loaded display device. Aisin Seiki Kabushikikaisha, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak & Seas, January 20, 1987: US04638287 (258 worldwide citation)

Key switches, a plane type CRT display, a modulator, a demodulator, etc. are arranged in a control board mounted on a steering wheel, while a TV camera, a character information generator, a modulator, a demodulator, etc., are arranged on the side of the vehicle body. Electric circuits on the control ...


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Bimal P Mathur, H Taichi Wang, Richard S Haendel: Vehicle lane position detection system. Rockwell International Corporation, John C McFarren, September 27, 1994: US05351044 (242 worldwide citation)

A low cost, real time vehicle lane position detection system is provided for determining and maintaining the position of the vehicle on a highway. The system comprises an image sensor mounted on the front of an automotive vehicle and an integrated processor for performing real-time lane mark detecti ...


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Rudolf Kaspar, Peter Fuerst: Information system in a motor vehicle. Hohe & Co KG, Jacobson Price Holman & Stern PLLC, May 20, 1997: US05631638 (240 worldwide citation)

An information system in a motor vehicle which includes electronic circuits connectable to the vehicle computer of the motor vehicle as well as one or more sensors, a display device and possibly operational elements. In order that the display device be clearly laid out for the driver, it is designed ...


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Tamaki Ohashi: Car-mounted image record system. Tuner Corporation, Adams & Wilks, June 17, 2003: US06580373 (201 worldwide citation)

A vehicle-mounted image record system for ensuring safe driving of a vehicle by recording images of a portion of the vehicle and a surface of a road in the vicinity of the vehicle so as to monitor the driving habits of a driver. The system includes one or more cameras mounted at suitable positions o ...


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Uwe Haller, Harald Leschke: Display arranged in a motor vehicle. DaimlerChrysler, Crowell & Moring L, August 28, 2001: US06281804 (194 worldwide citation)

A display is described which is arranged in a motor vehicle in the area of the windshield. A sun visor will not be required when electrochromic glass is used in the case of the windshield. This also eliminates the make-up mirror. A camera is therefore integrated into the display such that an object ...


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Guy Brillard, Eric Brillard, Jean Claude Crueize: Electronic anti-collison device carried on board a vehicle. II BC SYS, W Thad Adams III, February 22, 1994: US05289182 (179 worldwide citation)

An electronic device for being carried on a vehicle for transmitting information to a vehicle following it over a given route. The electronic device is also intended to receive information coming from a vehicle preceding it over the same route. The device includes a transmitter for transmitting info ...


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John J Hassett: Automatic debiting parking meter system. AT COMM Incorporated, Lahive & Cockfield, September 27, 1994: US05351187 (176 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for automatic payment of parking fees in a parking zone includes a stationary RF transmitter unit transmitting a signal encoding the parking fee rate per unit time and, in some embodiments, the maximum parking period and time and date to cooperate with a transponder carried in the vehic ...