字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント An accident is something every driver wants to avoid, and yet thousands of traffic accidents happen every day. Driving means dealing with unexpected situations, and something as simple as a wet road or a few moments of inattention can lead to huge risks. Now Volvo Trucks is releasing two new features designed to save lives. The first feature is Volvo Dynamic Steering with Stability Assist, which is designed to prevent skidding. Cornering, driving at high speeds or driving a truck without a load in slippery conditions are all situations that can make a truck start to skid, with severe, devastating consequences in traffic. When a truck skids, it is important to quickly and smoothly countersteer the vehicle in the right direction to keep control. But even the best drivers can be surprised by difficult road conditions, making it hard to regain full control of the vehicle. Volvo Dynamic Steering with Stability Assist reacts within milliseconds to countersteer during a skid, just like a professional driver would. This is made possible by hardware and software constantly communicating to detect if a truck is about to lose its grip on the road. The new feature also helps the Electronic Stability Control system to act faster and to slow down the vehicle safely. The second feature is Volvo Dynamic Steering with Lane Keeping Assist. It stops trucks from unintended drift and is especially helpful during monotonous driving on a straight road, which can lead any driver to lose concentration. Just a second's inattention can result in rollover accidents or serious vehicle-to-vehicle collisions. But the new system can intervene to steer the truck back if it starts to drift out of its lane. If the vehicle has already passed over a lane marking, a pulse also flows through the steering wheel to alert the driver of potential danger. Volvo Dynamic Steering with Lane Keeping Assist is a safety support system and the steering intervention is gentle, allowing the driver to easily override it if necessary. Volvo Trucks are working towards a vision of zero accidents. No life should be lost on the road.