ADB Technology May Reduce Nighttime Collisions

NORTHRIDGE, CALIF. -- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2018: A slow-shutter speed captures the movement of vehic
While driving at night, the bright headlight glare of oncoming vehicles can be distracting and can even temporarily blind other drivers and pedestrians. In order to combat this, the federal government may allow a new type of headlight that uses adaptive driving beam technology (ADB), which use computers and a light sensor that adjusts the light that enables drivers to see. ADB technology could potentially reduce nighttime collisions by 7%, according to a study by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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