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ITS

Abbreviation for:
Independent Tribunal Service (now, the Appeals Service) 
inferior temporal sulcus
Initial Tracing Service  
insulin-transferrin-selenium
intertubercular sulcus
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is offering Mack Road Stability Advantage (RSA) by Bendix with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) that integrates the throttle, engine brake and foundation brakes into the cruise control function.
This works when the test depends on the position of a vehicle that is not under robotic control, typical in adaptive cruise control tests.
Adaptive cruise control uses radar to measure the distance to the vehicle ahead and keeps the vehicle at a constant distance from it.
Adaptive cruise control is not a gimmick, but a safety device designed to reduce the driver's workload.
This sleek hard-top convertible caters to the James Bond in all of us, with a long list of high-tech features that includes a push-button ignition starter, heated and cooled seats, a noise compensation system that adjusts stereo volume in response to outside sounds, a "Head-Up Display" that projects vehicle information unobtrusively on the windshield, adaptive cruise control that adjusts to keep a standard distance from the car in front of you, and magnetic ride control sensors that assess road conditions 1,000 times per second.
Commercial applications include automotive adaptive cruise control and collision avoidance systems, as well as high-speed wireless data links.
Standard on the XJR are 16-way power adjustable seats, one-touch power windows, rear parking sensors and adaptive cruise control (radar-based cruise that detects the speed and distance of the vehicle ahead and adjusts speed to maintain a safe distance).
The MSB products utilise radar techniques for vehicle security systems whereas e2v's strength is in the design and manufacture of microwave components and subsystems for adaptive cruise control (ACC) radar, which is rapidly becoming available on a broad range of vehicles.
It's a smooth ride behind the wheel of the up-market VW Phaeton, but then add the optional adaptive cruise control (ACC) system from TRW and you've got yourself a bonafied dream cruise.
For example, adaptive cruise control, which is being introduced as an option on this year's European Jaguars and Mercedes, maintains a selected speed but also senses slower-moving vehicles ahead and responds to them by slowing the vehicle.
This system, called adaptive cruise control, is already in use in Japan.
Adaptive cruise control, for instance, could sense when a car is getting too close to the vehicle in front and adjust speed accordingly.
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