ASV

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ASVAmerican Standard Version
ASVAmerikas Savienoto Valstu (Latvian: United States of America)
ASVAdvanced Super View (Sharp LCD display)
ASVAdaptive Servo-Ventilation (therapy)
ASVActive Service
ASVAdvanced Super View
ASVApplication Server
ASVAdobe Svg Viewer
ASVApproved Scanning Vendor
ASVAnti-Surface Vessel
ASVArmored Security Vehicle
ASVAdobe SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) Viewer
ASVArchivio Segreto Vaticano (Italian: Vatican Secret Archive)
ASVAdvanced Safety Vehicle
ASVAnodic Stripping Voltammetry
ASVAllgemeiner Sportverein (German Sports Association)
ASVAmboseli, Kenya (airport code)
ASVAir Surveillance (radar)
ASVAxel Springer Verlag (German publishing company)
ASVAnnual Subscription Value (FactSet)
ASVAge Sexe Ville (French: Age, Sex, City)
ASVAmerican Society for Virology
ASVAuxiliaire Spécialisée Vétérinaire (French: Specialized Veterinary Assistant)
ASVAir-To-Surface Vessel
ASVAvian Sarcoma Virus
ASVAllocation Spéciale Vieillesse (French: Special Old-Age Allowance; pension scheme)
ASVAutomatic Speaker Verification
ASVAutomatic Signature Verification
ASVAir Switching Valve
ASVAssociation Sportive Villefontaine (French: Villefontaine Sports Association; Villefontaine, France)
ASVAll-Surface Vehicle
ASVAll Season Vehicle
ASVAlkali Spreading Value
ASVAdaptive Supply Voltage
ASVAutogenous Saphenous Vein
ASVAverage System Value
ASVAutomatic Self-Verification
ASVAnnular Safety Valve (oil field technology)
ASVApplication-Specific Vulnerability
ASVAccommodation and Support Vessel (ship)
ASVAustralian Sheep Veterinarians (Australian Veterinary Association)
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is also actively developing its latest Advanced Safety Vehicles (ASVs), including automobiles, motorcycles, and electric carts, equipped with active safety driving support features that utilize "information technologies."
Hiroshima, Japan, Sept 3, 2013 - (JCN Newswire) - Mazda Motor Corporation will begin testing its advanced safety vehicle, the Mazda Atenza ASV-5, on public roads from September 2013.
Honda's Advanced Safety Vehicle research model, based on an Odyssey minivan for the Japanese market, represents the next stage in the development of its vehicle-to-infrastructure driving support systems, including DSSS(*1), developed principally by the Universal Traffic Management Society of Japan (UTMS: overseen by National Police Agency); Smartway(*2), promoted by the Road Bureau of the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT); and ASV(*3), promoted by the Road Transport Bureau of MLIT.
Honda has participated in the Advanced Safety Vehicle (ASV) project from Phase 1 (April 1991- March 1996), and in that time has developed and commercialized a number of advanced safety systems including Honda Intelligent Driver Support System, Collision Mitigation Brake System and Intelligent Night Vision System.
(*3) Advanced Safety Vehicle (ASV): A vehicle equipped with pre-crash safety systems using advanced technologies designed to support the driver in safer driving.
Honda will demonstrate its latest Advanced Safety Vehicles, including automobiles, motorcycles, and electric carts, equipped with active safety driving support features that utilize "information technologies."
These Advanced Safety Vehicles are designed to exchange speed and positional information and other data between vehicles or between a vehicle and an electric cart (vehicle-to-vehicle communications), as well as between the vehicle and road infrastructure (vehicle-to-infrastructure communications), in order to provide the drivers with information which may help to prevent an accident.
Hiroshima, Japan, Feb 22, 2008 - (JCN Newswire) - Mazda Motor Corporation will commence public road trials of its advanced safety vehicle, Mazda ASV-4, in the Hiroshima area on March 11, 2008.
Honda has participated in the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport-promoted Advanced Safety Vehicle (ASV) project since Phase 1 (April 1991- March 1996), and in that time has developed and commercialized a number of advanced safety systems such as Honda Intelligent Driver Support System, Collision Mitigation Brake System and Intelligent Night Vision System.
today announced it has completed development of Honda ASV-3 Advanced Safety Vehicles equipped to exchange positional information with other vehicles using Inter-Vehicle Communication technology.
Hino also displayed three advanced safety vehicles including a long-haul concept truck a city truck and the Profia tractor (which was displayed at the 11th ITS World Congress in Nagoya one month earlier).
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport will launch a study as early as September on ways to prevent human error-related accidents involving advanced safety vehicles (ASVs) with a view to putting ASVs into practical use in years to come, ministry officials said Friday.
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