LKS

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AcronymDefinition
LKSLakes
LKSLambda Kappa Sigma (est. 1913; pharmacy sorority)
LKSLinux Kernel Summit
LKSLinux Kernel Subsystem
LKSLane Keeping System (automobile traffic feature)
LKSLandau-Kleffner Syndrome
LKSLudowe Kluby Sportowe (Polish: Folk Sport Clubs)
LKSLinux Kernel Summit (conference)
LKSLiver, Kidney, Spleen (organ transplant)
LKSLeague of Kentucky Sportsmen (est. 1935)
LKSLucky Stores, Inc.
LKSLast Known Status (military tracking systems)
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It includes LDWS Alert Systems and LDWS Lane Keeping System. The lane keeping system segment is expected to dominate the lane departure warning system market over the forecast period, in terms of value, which accounted for more than 70% value share in 2027.
Lane Keeping System which includes Lane Keep Assist, Lane Keeping Alert and Driver Alert
While it doesn't have the wiz-bang safety features of the top trim like blind spot assistance, lane keeping system, and collision mitigation (which you don't really need if you just keep your full attention on the road and use the darn side mirrors), it comes with truck essentials like Hill Launch and Hill Descent Control, Trailer Sway Control, Electronic Stability Program, and Roll Stability Control.
Volvo's 'oncoming collision mitigation' taps into the lane keeping system, but this unique radar and camera system will also take over braking and steering if another vehicle is coming at you head-on.
Its lane keeping system, adaptive cruise control, multiple airbags and enhanced seat belts are all designed to bolster passenger safety, while the terrain management system helps the vehicle run more steadily regardless of road conditions, the company said.
Lane Keeping System The situation: The driver is drifting out of his lane and is not indicating.
Current researches on this domain are mainly focus on the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), such as Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) and Lane Keeping System (LKS).
Driver assist technologies such as MyFord Touch, MyLincoln Touch, Active Park Assist, Lane Keeping System and Lane Departure Warning continue offering drivers the confidence and safety they need.
The MKZ incorporates a Lane Keeping System, containing advanced driving aids to prevent tired or distracted drivers from drifting across the highway.Furthermore, blindspot indicators on the wing mirrors flash brightly, while a mono-vision camera integrated into the rearview mirror can read lane markers to keep you on the right track.
The technologies high- lighted in the campaign in- clude the Blind Spot Infor- mation System with Cross Traffic Alert, EcoBoost, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping System, and Foot- Activated Liftgate.
It its new form, the midsize sedan presents a sportier profile, a choice of three gasoline engines and available technologies like a Lane Keeping System, active park assist and MyFord Touch.