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Something everywhere vehicle automation

involves gradually improving the automated driving systems available in conventional vehicles so that human drivers can shift more of the dynamic driving task to these systems.[1]

Overview[]

"The 'something everywhere' strategy is generally embraced by traditional car manufacturers and is well captured by the levels of automation. Many of today's production vehicles are capable of driver assistance. . ., typically through the use of adaptive cruise control to adjust speed based on following distance. A small number of vehicles also incorporate an active lane-keeping assist feature in a way that makes them capable of partial automation. . . . Notwithstanding the potential for and reality of driver distraction, both of these levels assume that the human driver continues to actively monitor the driving environment."[2]

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