Everyone piles in to your car and are very anxious to get on the road.
The kids have their games and headsets and are all set to enjoy your vacation.
You have traveled halfway through your journey and have become bogged down in city traffic.
There are cars in front of you and alongside of you, all waiting for the traffic signal to change.
You are the last in line and you glance at your rear view mirrors only to discover a very dangerous situation.
Some careless driver just cut off a large truck and the truck driver is desperately trying to stop the Truck and not crunch the careless driver who just cut him off.
You hear the screeching from the truck tires and all of a sudden you see the vehicle sliding sideways right at you.
The destination is on top of your car.
You cannot do anything because you are trapped.
All you can do is yell at everyone in your car to "Get Down".
This Terrifying Situation Needs to be Resolved.
You wonder why all these Heavy Trucks do not have any method of safety that would prevent this from happening.
We thought the same thing several years ago and have drawn up a solution to eliminate this terrifying situation..
We have determined a new approach to automatically maintain the stability of the vehicle that will significantly enhance the operation and safety of your car.
- See below for additional information.
You will benefit from this approach by: 1.
Less fuel consumption 2.
Reduction of maintenance requirements 3.
Reducing operating costs 4.
Increasing operator and highway safety 5.
Removal of brake dust 6.
Eliminating collisions due to blind spots 7.
Lowering insurance costs Key features are: Anti-Lock Electro-Magnetic Braking - No more brake dust from mechanical brakes to pollute the air, Automatic Steering - The steering is operated using the information from the truck steering and the length of the bed.
This allows the truck to make a normal turn, without having to make a wide turn to compensate for length, and will turn at the same point the truck made.
Doppler Sensors for Collision Avoidance - These sensors provide nearby object proximity sensing that is used to maintain the vehicle away from the object and continue forward until the object has cleared the sense area.
Power Regeneration - The Electro-Magnetic Assembly is electronically reconfigured to operate as an alternator when the truck brakes are applied and when a downhill transition is detected.
A Tilt Sensor - provides tilt angle information that is used.
This sensor also detects side-to-side movement from turns and side winds that allow for compensation due to swaying from side gusts.
Downhill detection allows the conversion the Wheel Assembly into an Alternator to recharge the batteries.
In the event there is no need to add charge to the batteries, this power can be used to provide the truck with a source of power thereby reducing the motor loading from the truck alternator.
Uphill motor drive assist - During uphill driving, the wheel assemblies are electronically converted to a motor to help push the truck uphill by pulse-width driving the four assemblies using the batteries as a source of power.
In the event that the batteries do not need to provide a significant amount of power, any combination of assemblies can be used as motors and the unused can be used as alternators.
This reduces the amount of power drained from the batteries and extends the amount of drive assist that can be provided.
Anti jack-knifing - When the truck brakes are applied in an emergency situation, normal brakes lock up and lose any stopping capability once the tires overheat.
This electronics automatically applies the anti-lock braking to maximize the braking without causing the tires to overheat and skid.
The wheel rotation is monitored at all times and within microseconds any slippage of tires is detected and braking power immediately reduced.
When the truck has begun the braking cycle, and there is no danger of wheel slippage, additional braking is applied to the wheels thereby providing additional braking beyond any mechanical capabilities.
In effect, the wheels are actually driven in reverse to the point where the maximum friction-to-road braking is possible.
By doing this, the wheel assembly is actually pulling the truck in the reverse direction that will eliminate this problem.
With the steering, the electronics corrects for the movement and brings the truck to a safe stop.
We have briefly covered some of the key features, but there are others as well, so if you would like additional information, please contact us or visit our website shown below.