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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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Generally, I use the in-vehicle system, but when I encounter a traffic jam, I use both systems in order to decide the best route to reach the destination.
It now means that Calsonic's technology in air-conditioning, engine cooling and exhaust systems can be complemented by Kansei's in-vehicle systems including instrument panels, information display, meters, wiring harnesses, sensors and air-bags.
Designers should, therefore, try to minimize complexity of in-vehicle systems. Third, the cognitive demands of speech-based interaction are additive with the demands of the roadway environment.
The Lake County, Fla., Sheriff's Office has been pleased with the PocketBlue, which extends the capabilities of in-vehicle systems such as Aether Systems' PacketCluster Patrol on vehicle-mounted computers.
market, the number and type of in-vehicle systems have grown.
As in-vehicle systems change the nature of driving, they will also affect the choices made by drivers.
IVI was launched in 1997 to accelerate the development, availability, and use of integrated in-vehicle systems that help drivers of cars, trucks, and buses operate more safely and effectively.
The new guide also warns against distraction caused by using in-vehicle systems such as route computers while on the move.
Expandable functionality of the system is also found by combining in-vehicle systems, such as LAN, and the vehicle-roadside communication link.
The use of in-vehicle systems has proven to be a very effective way to enforce speed and therefore reduce traffic fatalities.
DuerOS is now working with over 200 companies and brands and has been integrated into more than 110 smart devices including speakers, TVs, mobile phones and in-vehicle systems.