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How AMS™ Works

A SIDE-BY-SIDE COMPARISON OF THE SAME ROAD SCENE.

NORMAL VIEW
STANDARD VIEW

With standard rearview mirrors, you don't know for sure if it is safe to change
lanes; you can only guess. That's because you see three separate and
interrupted pictures of a road scene.

ALLVIEW™
FULL VIEW

ALLVIEW™ gives you a complete and seamless full rear traffic view of the same
road scene unfolding behind you, creating an automatic safety indicator, the
ALLVIEW Windows Program™ (AWP™). Above, AWP™ tells you now that it is
NOT SAFE to make a lane change-without turning your head-to your immediate
left or right lane.

RED CAR

Now, it is SAFE for you to make a lane change to your immediate right lane-
without turning your head-but it is NOT SAFE to make a lane change to your
immediate left lane.

STILL NOT PASS

Now, it is SAFE to make a lane change to you immediate right lane, but still
NOT SAFE for you to make a lane change to your immediate left lane.

AMS Technology

Advanced ALLVIEW™ Optical Technology

AMS™ Advanced ALLVIEW™ Optical Technology results in a seamless one-piece
mirror that offsets visual distortion while letting you see everything surrounding
your car-right, left and center-all at the same time, eliminating blind spots!

With clarity of image so sharp, you can read a vehicle license plate from 60
feet!

Seamless Full-View

Blind Spots Left by Standard Rearview Mirrors

NORMAL

Above, the driver’s car in the Center (C) lane is operating with standard
rearview mirrors. There are about 128° of combined blind spot areas. You only
have about 52° combined rear traffic view, which includes the inside rearview
mirror plus the two exterior mirrors.

You have to glance at three different mirrors at three different locations to
piece together three discontinuous images. Naturally, your rear traffic view is
incomplete and interrupted.

AMS™ Seamless Full-View

ALL VIEW

AMS™ gives you seamless full-view. Now, you can see your entire rear traffic
view -- left, right and center all at the same time, eliminating blind spots from a
quick glance!

Eyes Forward Head-Up Display

EYES FORWARD

Glancing in the standard rearview mirrors takes your eyes off the road, which
causes glance duration, creating driving distractions and produces new blind
spots in your forward field-of-view with the potential for an accident.

The ALLIVEW™ Mirror System (AMS™) Model 1750 mounted directly in front of
the driver is in the driver’s natural forward line-of-sight and can be viewed
continuously, at a quick glance without turning your head, or impairing your
front view. This mounting position keeps you focused helping to keep both eyes
forward on the road.

 

 

 


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U.S. Patent No. 5,321,556 with 55 claims.