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self-steering

adj
(Nautical Terms) nautical maintaining a course without constant human action
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Sample Report Access Source https://www.mrrse.com/sample/4747 Technological innovation along with development of auto driving and self-steering systems in tractors will supportively influence the penetration of equipment.
SAF-HOLLAND says it has added system training courses on self-steering and forced steering axles as well as on the hydraulically driven axle SAF INTRA CD TRAK to its Academy's training programme.
In the case of a partially covered aft ship, The cockpit floor must be sufficiently high above the waterline and have powerful self-steering devices.
This results in the development of self-steering teams, where people are willing to take it on and make it happen.
So-called torque steer compensation prevents self-steering tendencies caused by differing degrees of torque at the drive wheels.
It might not be a box-ticking assemblage of progressive values, but what makes 'The Marvelous Mrs Maisel' feel straightforwardly refreshing and progressive is that it portrays a multi-dimensional, contradictory and self-steering female character.
Risk the Bob Raft - a fourman, self-steering bobsleigh with speeds of up to 80km/hour; the solo Speed Luge feet first at 90 km/hour; or Bob Racing, driven by a professional pilot, at 120 km/hour.
Visitors can try a bob-raft, which is a bobsleigh with padding, or a self-steering bobsleigh.
One feature of the 12-25 that was discussed in the 1917 catalog seems to have been standard equipment: a self-steering device to be used when plowing.
Super Cruise allows hands free operation by incorporating enhanced versions of the CT6's existing suite of driver assistance technology including adaptive cruise control, blind spot and lane-monitoring systems, along with a self-steering function, into one intelligent package.
It is also laying down the foundation for other autonomous technologies such as self-steering ships and self-flying planes.
Early attempts at self-steering tractors and feed rate controls never reached production because the experimenters could find no practical way to observe the condition they were trying to control.