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NVSNo Vital Signs (medical terminology)
NVSN-Version Software (N number of versions)
NVSNot Very Smart
NVSNormal Ventilation System (Channel Tunnel)
NVSNon Volume Sensitive
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Caption: Much of the TNVC Night Vision System's versatility comes from its ability to use different Tele Vue eyepieces, thus offering the observer an easy way to vary the magnification.
In February, the 37-year-old Guyette received the Marine Corps Aviation Association's John Glenn Squadron 2018 Test Pilot Award, in part for his team's redesign of the night vision system and its subsequent test and evaluation.
Autoliv's Night Vision system is sensitive to the infrared (IR) light from warm objects and living beings and can see in total darkness without any lamps or illumination.
An FHWA study summarized in volume 1 of the Enhanced Night Visibility series showed that informed drivers on a test track using an FIR night vision system in clear weather had longer pedestrian detection distances than when using low-beam headlamps.
This unit also could be used to display other images, including those from a night vision system.
Adding a new twist to automobile technology, Siemens VDO Automotive has created a night vision system to help drivers manage more effectively in the darkness.
Also featured are advanced safety technologies such as Intelligent Night Vision System, and the innovative CMS (Collision Mitigation Brake System).
Traction software was selected to adapt commercial weblog software to support the night vision system test and demonstration.
The Night Vision System uses images obtained from two far infrared cameras positioned in the lower section of the front bumper to detect the position and movement of heat-emitting objects and determine whether they are in or approaching the vehicle's path.
"The NIGHTDRIVER night vision system provides a unique technology and added safety."
Based on the wide-track army vehicles used in the Gulf war, it too has a night vision system.
Starting with its year 2000 Cadillac DeVille, General Motors plans to install a new Night Vision system to help drivers see better at night.