LGS

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AcronymDefinition
LGSLight Green Seal (currency)
LGSLocal Gun Store
LGSLoughborough Grammar School (UK)
LGSLane Guard System
LGSLennox-Gastaut Syndrome
LGSLead Generation Specialist (communications position)
LGSLeaky Gut Syndrome
LGSLangley Grammar School (UK)
LGSLaser Guide Star
LGSLauriston Girls' School (Australia)
LGSLight Gauge Steel (steel frame construction system)
LGSLodi Gas Storage (Houston, TX)
LGSLanger-Giedion Syndrome
LGSLouisiana Geological Society (est. 1934)
LGSLaw, Gender and Sexuality
LGSLooking Glass Studios (game development company)
LGSLocal Game Store (roleplaying)
LGSLow Growth Scenario (economic model)
LGSLoan Guarantee Scheme (UK)
LGSLight Gasoline Splitter (petroleum industry)
LGSLarge Group Speech (various organizations)
LGSLa Garde Suisse (French: Swiss Guard)
LGSLow-Gravity Solids (oilfield)
LGSLicensed Gun Store
LGSLandsat-7 Ground Station
LGSLegislation et Gestion Scolaire
LGSLets Get Serious
LGSLouisiana Geriatrics Society
LGSLayered Gene Scanning
LGSLadybird Grammar School (Karachi, Pakistan)
LGSLocation Grouping System
LGSLocation-Guided Steiner Tree
LGSLunar Geodetic Scout
LGSLow-Grade Stockpile (mining)
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MAN's electric van also sets itself apart with its extensive range of standard equipment, which includes features such as a Comfort Plus driver's seat, a heated windscreen, the MAN Media Van Navigation infotainment system, the EBA advanced emergency braking system, cruise control, the active Lane Guard System, the side protection assistant, the rear-view camera and LED headlights.
The all-new MAN Lion's coach also features an array of assistance systems such as Emergency Brake Assist (EBA), Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) and Lane Guard System (LGS) accident prevention technology.
which use industry-leading accident prevention features, such as Emergency Brake Assist (EBA), Lane Guard System (LGS) as well as Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), will replace the older Lion's Coaches with more than 4,000,000 operated kilometers in Mwasalat's fleet of public transport vehicles.
Earlier this month, PMV reported that MAN is to standardise electronic stability programme (ESP) technology on its chassis-type vehicles , and the manufacturer also plans to test its lane guard system (LGS) on GCC roads within the coming year.
The agreement, on behalf of Mawasalat, was signed by Ahmed bin Ali al Bulushi, CEO, includes the supply of 33 MAN buses, the first-of-its-kind in the Middle East with technical specifications such as adaptive cruise control, lane guard system and emergency brake assist to avoid accidents as much as possible.