Jaguar Land Rover fights motion sickness – 20 Minutes

Jaguar Land Rover | Motion sickness – Jaguar BeLux

Affecting more than 70% of people according to Jaguar Land Rover, motion sickness often occurs when the eyes observe information different from that detected by the inner ear, skin or body, usually during reading on long journeys in a vehicle.

With the new system, acceleration, braking and lane positioning – factors that all contribute to motion sickness – can be optimized to avoid inducing nausea in passengers. Thanks to this project, engineers are now able to fine-tune the operation of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) on future Jaguar models and
Land Rover, such as intelligent cruise control and lane monitoring systems.

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