Conception of Event Data Recorder - Black Box for all Types of the Motor Vehicles
The paper refers to the Event Data Recorder (EDR) - black box for all types of the motor vehicles. The device will record data concerning the vehicle's technical condition, the way it was driven and RTS. The recorder may be used in private and commercial cars, taxies, buses and trucks. The recorder may serve the purpose of the neutral witness for the police, courts and insurance firms, for which it will facilitate making the reconstruction of the road accidents events and will provide proof for those who caused them. The device will bring efficient driving, which will significantly contribute to decreasing the number of the road accidents and limiting the environmental pollution.(author's abstract)
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