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Month: May 2017

Speaker Not Plugged In Windows 7

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OHP missile frigates for american allies

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As reported by the service, the US House of Representatives has agreed to donate or sell eight Oliver Hazard Perry units. Their new owners will be: Taiwan, Mexico and Thailand.

Taiwan plans to buy four frigates, $ 10 million per piece, which will certainly not meet China's approval. These will be USS Taylor (FFG 50), USS Gary (FFG 51), USS Carr (FFG 52) and USS Elrod (FFG 55).

The remaining four will be distributed free of charge to Mexican navies: USS Curts (FFG 38) and USS McClusky (FFG 41) and Thailand: USS Rentz (FFG 46) and USS Vandegrift (FFG 48).

In similar fashion, several years ago (2000 and 2002), the Polish Navy became the owner of two OHP missile frigates. These were USS Clark (FFG-11) - ORP Gen. K. Pulaski and USS Wadsworth (FFG-9) - ORP Gen. T. Kosciuszko.

These frigates are considered obsolete in America and are slowly withdrawn from service. Their name also does not reflect the nature of the ships, because they no longer have rockets, so they should not be called "rockets."

More information about the OHP frigate can be found in the gallery.

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Three-dimensional dizziness

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The first three-dimensional projection was conducted in the United States in the 1920s. On a larger scale, three-dimensional films appeared in the 70s and 80s, also in the USA. At the same time, the inhabitants had the opportunity to view three-dimensional images in Baikal's cinema. Commune ruled, and then Soviet productions were as gray as communist life.

Since James Cameron's "Avatars" premiere everything has changed. Like mushrooms after the rain, there are more movies that unfortunately have nothing to do with the effects that Cameron achieved in his film. Their creators are only attracting the viewer to the cinema and of course the profits from the tickets sold. Judging by the movie rooms, most of us are fooled into thinking that.

In my opinion, 3D productions should strive to achieve such effects that we can see practically only in cinemas specially created for this purpose. If I go to a 3D movie, let butterflies fly around me, it's raining and the train's going to scare me! I want to feel this thrill of emotions, not just to see the depth of space that is ubiquitous in the latest productions.

Unfortunately, the possibility of making big money was also noticed by producers of RTV devices. In fact, for the past two years, we've heard new 3D TVs, Blu-ray players, cameras, and even recently launched a portable gaming console.

First time with a three-dimensional TV home I was in contact in 2010 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. From this event all the fairs have become boring. The whole business centered around the devices that display the image began to revolve around 3D. In addition, special glasses - passive or active (snapshot) are required for watching movies and 3D images. This is probably one of the biggest disadvantages of this technology. The glasses are mostly big, uncomfortable and ugly, and why should I wear them if I have good eyesight? Maybe to spoil it?

"A 3D image may have a potentially negative effect on the user, causing motion sickness, vision problems, confusion, eye fatigue, or problems with maintaining a good posture ..."

Of course, long fatigue before the computer monitor can also cause posture defects, but such warnings freeze the blood in the veins. What to do with this? Buy a new TV or not?

First of all, to get the true 3D effect you need a big screen. The best …

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Three-dimensional LG TVs

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LG is preparing for 2010 a whole series of products that support 3D technology - including projectors and 42- to 72-inch diagonal screens.

In addition to the first three-dimensional Full HD LCD monitor, the company

LG is gearing up next year for a real 3D technology assault. In 2010, three-dimensional projectors will be on the market, as well as 42- to 72-inch LCD TVs. Currently, the South Korean manufacturer offers 47-inch LCD TVs with 47LH503D on its home market, but plans to expand its presence in Europe and North America next year.

In 2010, LG plans to sell about 400,000 3D TVs and 3.4 million units next year, as it believes in the demand for such products and the support of game developers, TV stations, consoles and other companies.

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Xiaomi showed Mi Pad 2 tablet

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The Chinese company today unveiled its first smartphone equipped with a fingerprint reader, but this is not the only product that will soon be available for sale. It also includes the latest tablet, the Mi Pad 2, the second generation of the popular device launched since March last year.

The dimensions of the tablet are 200.4 x 132.6 x 6.95 mm and it is 18% thinner than the first generation, and 38 grams lighter and currently weighs only 322 grams. The housing is made entirely of metal, which not only gives it elegance, but also increases the strength of the equipment for damage.

The screen size has not changed and is the same as its predecessor, its diagonal is 7.9-inch and the resolution is 2048 x 1536, with a pixel density of 326 PPI. The heart of the tablet is a 64-bit Intel X5-Z8500 with an integrated Intel HD graphics chip, made with 14 nm technology, and the manufacturer claims that its performance is at a Snapdragon 808 level. The unit is backed by 2GB of LPDDR3 memory and 16 or 64GB of usable memory, depending on the tablet version.

The Mi Pad 2 could not, of course, run out of cameras. The back is a 8-megapixel sensor, while the 5-megapixel front. Unfortunately, the manufacturer's flash did not foresee, but it's finally a tablet that's average for taking pictures. The device also has a large battery capacity of 6190 mAh, as well as Android 5.1 Lollipop.

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Hacker attack in germany Leaked millions of passwords

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After another mass data theft, German Internet users were asked to change their passwords. Hackers managed to gain access to 18 million passwords and access codes to private users' computers and their email addresses.

It is believed that there are among them about 3 million passwords and addresses of German Internet users. The prosecutor in Verden, Lower Saxony, who is investigating the case, reports that hackers have also been victimized with access to social networking sites and online sales.

If you want to know if your e-mail address is secure, you should go to the Bonn Information Security Agency (BSI) website - and ask for it. He will receive a BSI E-mail indicating whether he is on the list of endangered addresses.

Most major German e-mail service portals such as Deutsche Telekom, Freenet, Cable Deutschland, and Vodafone check the threat on their own and inform the customers themselves. The Federal Security Service in Information Technology has provided them with a list of e-mail addresses that got hacked. It covers about 70 percent of stolen addresses.

Customers of other portals should, in their own right, benefit from the free test offered on the BSI website. Just in case, however, it is worthwhile to change the password and access code of your own computer, so as not to facilitate cybercriminal life. Some of the stolen addresses have already been used by them, mainly for sending spam, but not only. In this situation changing email address seems to be a right and an urgent move.

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Uber Beacon will help you get to the right car

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Uber, a specialty vehicle company, has developed a tool called the Beacon, which will allow customers to more easily recognize her car. This way, the customer will never go to a random car again.

Unlike taxis, Uber cars are not marked in any way and look like private cars. Sometimes it can happen a mistake and a customer ordering a carriage will enter a random vehicle. Uber wants to avoid such situations, so his rival, Lyft, has created a gadget that will recognize his vehicles.

The device is called Beacon and is currently being tested in several American and British cities. This is a color display on the windscreen, which can be personalized in your company's application by selecting a specific color when ordering a taxi. So when the Uber car approaches, he will know perfectly well that the vehicle that he has been ordered.

In addition, the same color will be displayed on the smartphone screen, so the tool is also helpful to drivers who will more easily identify their customer.

This is not the only change introduced by Uber. Another is the presentation in the application of the registration number and brand and color of the car, which was ordered by the customer. In addition, his photos will be displayed so that the customer knows what the vehicle will be after.

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New generation Smart TV

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At IFA Samsung, the leader in the TV market, unveiled a new idea for Smart TV. Multi View and Smart Hub features on OLED TVs have made a great impression on the visitors. All the more so, you can use hand gestures to handle new TVs.

The ES9500 OLED TV has Multi View function and offers great picture quality entertainment. The image is generated by miniature, organic light emitting diodes, which offer 20 percent color. Viable than LED technology. The OLED used by Samsung is also a high contrast ratio. Because the ES9500 does not need a separate light source, the response time is a thousand times shorter than that of LED TVs, eliminating blurring when displaying moving objects. With this speed, dynamic scenes look very natural, also in movies and 3D games.

In addition to changes in the user interface, the manufacturer has invested in a new design. This year, the market is dominated by very delicate, almost invisible metal frames. The ES9500 OLED has a built-in camera for web calls and hand gesture tracking when controlled by a TV that hides when not in use.

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Galaxy Note Samsung Galaxy

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The first Samsung device in the Galaxy Note series was hardly a smartphone, but could not be classified as a tablet at the same time. His successor will retain the same intermediate size, but a parallel 10-inch tablet will appear on the market in the Note series. In fact, it can already be ordered at some online stores.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 was presented at this year's Mobile World Congress, along with tablets from the Galaxy Tab. Why did the manufacturer decide to split? The fact that Note 10.1 is different from "tabs" because it is the only one that is designed to handle not only a finger but also a stylus.

The new Galaxy Note features the latest quad-core 412-core Exynos 4412 architecture based on the Cortex-A9 architecture running 1.4 GHz. The device has as much as 2 GB of RAM, at least 16 GB of flash memory and a microSD (HC) card slot. The tablet screen was built from a 1280 x 800 pixel PLS array. As far as connectivity is concerned, there is virtually no module - there is Wi-Fi in the standard "n", Bluetooth 4.0, A-GPS and even 3G module (HSDPA 21 Mbps).

The front camera of the device has a resolution of 1.9 megapixels and the rear - 5 megapixels. The latter is equipped with autofocus, LED flash and Full HD video recording capability at 30 frames per second.

Together with the 7000 mAh battery the tablet weighs 583 grams and has the thickest 8.9 mm, so it can not be considered as a "heavyweight".

The operating system of the device of course is Android, more specifically version 4.0.3 - Ice Cream Sandwich. Traditionally for Samsung, the user interface has been enhanced with the Toouch Wiz, and with the standard stylus, S-Pen applications are installed, allowing for handwritten notes to be created. Affiliation to the Note series finally commits.

The new Galaxy Note 10.1 is available in a pre-sale system for $ 750 for a white color version with 16GB of memory.

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Brazil again blocks WhatsApp

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Brazilian state authorities have taken another attempt to harm Facebook by blocking the popular WhatsApp app. Fortunately, as before, this operation was completely ineffective and a well-known instant messenger is again available to the users.

Brazil has to suffer some serious aversion to Facebook and its services, as the judge in Rio de Janeiro has once again attempted to block WhatsApp, one of the world's most popular messengers. Just like before, the latest trial proved to be ineffective because the Supreme Court reversed this decision and the service interruption was very short, and the application was again fully functional.

This is not the first attempt by the Brazilian court to block WhatsApp's application. They were taken twice, first in May and then in December last year, but they both lasted very briefly, as the deceleration decisions were quickly reversed.

The latest blockade was due to Facebook's refusal to provide the Brazilian government with data about its users in criminal cases against them. After Facebook and WhatsApp refused to share data, judge Daniela Barbosa Assunçao de Souza ordered five major national telecom operators to block access to the communicator, suggesting that the blockade would be removed when the portal fulfilled its request.

Obviously, the request of the Brazilian law enforcement agencies was completely unfounded, because WhatsApp, even if it wanted to, would not be able to provide such information for the simple reason that they did not own it.

The communicator uses a message and connection encryption system in the user's system, which means that no data is stored on the application servers, so that you can not overhear the conversations.

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The cause of the SpaceX explosion is still unknown

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Elon Musk is still searching for the cause of the Falcon 9 rocket explosion that occurred a few days ago. SpaceX's consortium chief appeals to all video-deliverers from its launch. He counts on the help materials to find a solution to this puzzle.

A few days ago, the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket ship, belonging to the SpaceX consortium, destroyed the telecommunications satellite that was supposed to provide the Internet to developing countries. The incident seriously damaged confidence in the American company. Its recovery does not help the fact that it is still unknown what caused the explosion.

The director of Elon Musk appeals to everyone to help him explain the cause of the explosion. This is a priority task, because without this it is not possible to continue flights. The billionaire is asking on Twitter to send footage of the rocket launch, hoping to find a catastrophic failure. Musk hopes that the videos will find the source of a loud noise that was heard a few seconds before the explosion. It is suspected that he might have something to do with the incident.

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Voice-controlled smartphone

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Smartphone manufacturers feel that touch screens are no longer sufficient to control their devices and are increasingly incorporating gesture control systems into their equipment. ZTE also thinks about making it easier for users of its own products, but has gone in a slightly different direction and has created a voice-controlled smartphone.

ZTE Star 2 is the latest proposal from a Chinese manufacturer that received TENAA certification a few days ago and has been officially approved for sale. This is the successor of the Star 1 model available from April this year, but it has been heavily modified and has several new features.

One of them is an enhanced voice control system for the individual functions of the device. The user can use the voice commands to operate and switch between applications, use the camera, take notes, and control the music player. The system is very complex and comes with some useful solutions. For example, after picking up the device in the ear, the phone will ask who we want to call.

The manufacturer ensures that the voice control system is active even when the smartphone is not connected to the network, while the response time for the command issued is an average of 1.2 seconds. What's more, the system works, even if it is loud around us, but of course we should not expect full efficiency.

Technical Specifications ZTE Star 2 puts this model in the high-end segment. The manufacturer has installed a 5-inch Full HD screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 2.3GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of usable memory, which can be expanded with a microSD card.

On the back panel is a 13 megapixel camera with two flashes, while the front camera is equipped with a wide-angle 5 megapixel camera.

The phone connects to the network via the 4G LTE standard, and the energy to operate it provides a 2300 mAh battery. The operating system is Android 4.4 KitKat with the company's MiFavor 3.0 overlay

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Voice-controlled smartphone

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Smartphone manufacturers feel that touch screens are no longer sufficient to control their devices and are increasingly incorporating gesture control systems into their equipment. ZTE also thinks about making it easier for users of its own products, but has gone in a slightly different direction and has created a voice-controlled smartphone.

ZTE Star 2 is the latest proposal from a Chinese manufacturer that received TENAA certification a few days ago and has been officially approved for sale. This is the successor of the Star 1 model available from April this year, but it has been heavily modified and has several new features.

One of them is an enhanced voice control system for the individual functions of the device. The user can use the voice commands to operate and switch between applications, use the camera, take notes, and control the music player. The system is very complex and comes with some useful solutions. For example, after picking up the device in the ear, the phone will ask who we want to call.

The manufacturer ensures that the voice control system is active even when the smartphone is not connected to the network, while the response time for the command issued is an average of 1.2 seconds. What's more, the system works, even if it is loud around us, but of course we should not expect full efficiency.

Technical Specifications ZTE Star 2 puts this model in the high-end segment. The manufacturer has installed a 5-inch Full HD screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 2.3GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of usable memory, which can be expanded with a microSD card.

On the back panel is a 13 megapixel camera with two flashes, while the front camera is equipped with a wide-angle 5 megapixel camera.

The phone connects to the network via the 4G LTE standard, and the energy to operate it provides a 2300 mAh battery. The operating system is Android 4.4 KitKat with the company's MiFavor 3.0 overlay

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In Norway, tests of autonomous boats began

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On the Norwegian Trondheimsfjorden began official tests of autonomous boats. The project, in collaboration with the government, universities and private companies, is designed to develop technologies that will take control of the watercraft in the future.

Manufacturers of autonomous vehicles test their inventions already in many countries. The case, however, looks quite different in the case of standalone vessels. So far, only one such test has been officially released, which takes place in Trondheimsfjorden, a bay of the Norwegian Sea. These are open water where there is not too much traffic, so they are great for testing a technology that is not as efficient in running a boat as a man.

The project is being implemented in collaboration with the Norwegian government, NTNU AMOS (Norwegian University of Science and Technology for Autonomous Marine Operations) as well as Kongsberg Seatex, Marintek, Maritime Robotics and Rolls-Royce Marine.

Developed technology, in the near future, will produce fully autonomous vessels that will navigate the seas and oceans, carrying passengers and goods. Of course not all its uses. Kongsberg Seatex also works on Eelime, an underwater robot for cleaning and inspection of underwater structures such as pipelines.

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Summer shooting ban

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The White House is undoubtedly the most interesting place in the whole United States that every American would love to see. Although tours are organized there, however, none of its participants had been able to take photos during its time. Now the 40-year ban on shooting has been lifted.

The seat of the President of the United States attracts many tourists who are willing to use the available tours to see where the most important person in the state lives. Unfortunately, while viewing this best-guarded building in the country, no photos could be taken so far, since 40-year ban on the use of cameras and video cameras. For many tourists it was a big problem because of the ban they could not boast of friends and family where they were.

Fortunately, the multi-year ban has been officially lifted, as First Lady Michelle Obama has confirmed, posting a short film from the White House in social media.

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Apple builds prototype components for its car

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Project Titan is one of Apple's most mysterious projects. Although it has not been officially proclaimed yet, we know that it concerns the work on the first electric car. And according to the latest reports, they follow the plan.

The media recently reported that Apple has recently acquired a few automotive specialists and may use their expertise and experience to create the first prototype of the components to be used in the Apple Car.

It is not known for now, what will be the prototypes, as all information on this topic are kept strictly confidential. However, it is clear from previous reports that Apple is not able to produce the vehicle itself, so it can be assumed that some electronic components are involved, as the American company has a lot of experience in this area.

We also know that among the specialists recently employed by the company was David Masiukiewicz, a former programmer working in Tesla's R & D department. Also employed was Kevin Harvey, a former Andretti Autosport employee who plays an important role in the IndyCar and Global Rallycross races.

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Facebok penalized for selling the app

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Two parents are suing Facebook for selling apps to minors without the knowledge of tutors. They insist that the portal regulate this issue and also return the money they have illegally collected from credit cards.

Facebook has a problem that can cost a giant business money. The portal for compensation was forced to return money for the expenses of minors.

In 2012, two parents filed a collective process to the world's largest social networking site, demanding the return of money spent by their children. A few minors, without the knowledge of their parents, bought a virtual currency called Facebook Credits, which is used in portal games. They used the Facebook Payments payment system to charge their parents.

One of the children initially spent $ 20 to unlock several options in Ninja Emblem, but quickly began to buy more items. It spent a few hundred dollars, not aware of the use of real money. The second child paid the same amount of $ 1059 from his parent's card. There were so many more cases, and sometimes unconscious children spent up to several thousand dollars.

The trial ended with a verdict that ordered Facebook to return the injured parents money. This is interesting, however, because the case was based on the California Code of Family Code, which affects not only this particular state, but the whole country.

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End of battery problems in Surface Pro 3

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Surface Pro's current battery problem in May, last year, has finally caught the attention of the manufacturer of the device. Microsft engineers looked at the hardware and found that the trouble was caused by the defective software installed on it.

Surface Pro 3 owners have been complaining about battery problems for a few months now, specifically, with the battery running out of time, which makes it much harder to use the tablet outside of the home. For many weeks, Microsoft did not respond to user requests until it finally got to work and determined the cause of the problem.

Troubled mostly by the Surface Pro 3 owners equipped with batteries supplied by SIMPLO, so there appear to be suspicions that may be faulty. Fortunately, Microsoft representatives say that this is not a hardware problem, because it is responsible for wrong software, so a patch will be released shortly to solve the problem.

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Hackers took over private photos of Pippy Middleton

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The British "The Sun" claims that one hacker broke into a private account at iCloud, owned by Pippy Middleton. He claims 50,000 pounds in ransom for abandoning the publication of her private photos and information. It ensures that it has over 3000 photographs.

It would seem that the scandal of Apple's iCloud service, from which hackers stole thousands of nude photos and films from the front pages of the newspapers, has been silenced. Meanwhile, it seems that it is not the end of the scandalous material scandal.

British "The Sun" claims that the hacker nicknamed the hacker Crafty Cockney contacted. Man assures that he broke the protections of the iCloud account belonging to Pippy Middleton, the younger sister of Kate Middleton, the wife of Prince William. He went on to have private photos of Kate and William and their children, as well as Pippa's photographs, as well as naked photos of her fiance. The hacker has a total of over 3000 photos and requests £ 50,000, otherwise he will publish them all online.

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Audi tests autonomous car

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Ingolstadt started another phase of testing its autonomous vehicle, this time on the German A9 motorway. The self-driving Audi A7 called Jack appeared there to allow testing of the latest technologies that will be on board production models in the near future.

During the tests, a complete novelty was checked for future car models, namely the Car-to-X communication system, which allows the vehicle to wirelessly connect with other vehicles as well as to the road infrastructure and to share information with them.

So Jack can automatically collect data for pavement or approaching corners long before the built-in sensors will notice them. Thanks to this solution, the vehicle can reduce its speed by itself in the event of a collision, for example, because cars in front of the vehicle will immediately report any incidents.

New security solutions relate not only to vehicles but also to road infrastructure. Audi wants manufacturers to also benefit from new solutions, and encourages them to have signs and / or signposts with a more reflective surface, making them more noticeable to radar. As a result, autonomous vehicles could locate them from distances, responding appropriately to the information contained therein.

Jack also has the latest generation of navigation system that allows him to prioritize the selected route. This means that the car will not always choose the shortest route or that will allow you to burn as little fuel as possible, but for example, which will make it easier to turn.

Besides, while Jack is driving, he is just like a man driving more naturally. Leaning ahead of the lorries, he will use greater distance, use the direction indicator lights while changing lane, and when he wants to do so, he will first approach the roadway so that the sensors can assess whether it is safe to do so. The system will also be equipped with a variety of profiles that can be freely altered and which will be associated with a completely different driving style.

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