Automated lane-keeping system (ALKS)

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An automated system that uses remote-sensing technology, typically image sensing, to detect lane lines and maintain a programmed distance between them or a set distance from one of them. Higher evolutions of this system are expected to use hyperprecise GPS to accommodate much the same function or to work with built-in image-sensing technology to enhance accuracy considerably.

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