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BSI

abbr.
British Standards Institution

BSI

abbreviation for
British Standards Institution
Translations

BSI

[ˌbiːɛsˈaɪ] n abbr (=British Standards Institution) association de normalisationB-side [ˈbiːsaɪd] nface f B
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The Co-Pilot360 package features automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind spot monitoring with cross traffic alert, lane keep assist, auto high-beams and a reverse camera.
The Stelvio, which made its UK debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in June, has already been given a five star Euro NCAP safety score and all models include autonomous emergency brake systems with pedestrian detection, blind spot monitoring, forward collision and lane departure warning.
While the likes of lane detection technology will possibly miss out in the Indian variant of the 2018 Honda Fit, the car will possibly get automated braking, blind spot monitoring and adaptive cruise control for easy highway driving.
Adopting the same driver aids as the recently-introduced new Peugeot 3008 SUV range, the forthcoming new 308 range will offer intelligent Speed Limit Recognition, Adaptive Cruise Control, with stop functionality and an Active Blind Spot Monitoring System.
The vision-based systems are essential for providing critical driving functions such as pedestrian detection, lane keeping, traffic sign recognition, collision avoidance and blind spot monitoring.
It is equipped with front parking sensors, blind spot monitoring system and aluminium sports pedals.
The site offers clear, understandable explanations--many of them with visuals-of a wide range of safety features, such as forward collision warning, lane departure warning, and blind spot monitoring.
Other optional safety features include blind spot monitoring, lane keep assist and pedestrian detection.
Sport Nav buyers can also option the car with stone leather upholstery (in lieu of black) and a safety pack incorporating features such as lane keep assist, blind spot monitoring and rear smart city brake support which works better than it sounds, applying the brakes if it thinks you're about to reverse into bollards, children or similar.
There is an optional Safety Pack for this car, which costs PS800 but adds on a whole host of goodies such as adaptive headlights, blind spot monitoring and rear traffic alert with rear smart city brake support.
Apart from the Forward Collision Warning system control that sounds a chime and displays a message in the instrument panel when you approach an object too fast, the available Blind Spot Monitoring technology assists in safely changing lanes by working on blind spots.
The company already has project vehicles on the road to see how such systems as lane keeping, cross traffic alert, active park assists, blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control and collision warning can all work together to keep traffic moving safely.