ISA could lead to safer and more efficient CVs

Intelligent speed assistance could help fleets be more efficient, but they will require innovative tech to reap the rewards. By Jack Hunsley

The automotive industry has been exploring smart driving assistance technology for several years, and these systems are now beginning to transition from creature comforts to mandated components. One example is Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) which will soon become mandatory in the European Union (EU). The hope is that ISA can greatly improve road efficiency and safety, but developing systems to help, not hinder, is no easy task.

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