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ITRI and Tron-e Co-develop a Lane Keeping Assist System for Buses

By Korbin Lan
Published: Aug 04,2022

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) announced that it works with Tron-e, an electronic Bus manufacturer, to co-develop a Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) for a bus.

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The key self-designed driver assistant system can system running at 30 to 90 KM/hour. While the driver doesn’t turn on the turn signal or cars out off the lane, the system will revise its driving track automatically to meet the needs of the routed bus running in cities, suburbs, and highway.

The co-developed LKAS is an example of ITRI’s core technologies installed in a Taiwan-made electronic bus. The biggest highlight of the system is the accurate moving control technology which can maintain a bus with tons of weight to run within three or four meters width of the lane at about 90 km/hour despite the side wind and uneven road.

The system has been installed in Tron-e’s 12-meter low-chassis electric bus and will be introduced to domestic electric buses in Taiwan to improve the safety of public transportation. ITRI also plans to introduce this system to the Southeast Asian market.

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