While most other elements of a modern vehicle have received powered upgrades, the suspension has been a notable holdout, remaining unpowered. Power steering, antilock brakes, lane change warnings, traction control, and automatic collision avoidance are just a few powered options available on consumer vehicles.
In this whitepaper, you will be introduced to the following:
What is an active suspension?
An example of how standard suspensions react to road conditions
Compare with how an active suspension's response is different
What does an active suspension do for you?
Specific benefits of an active suspension for buses and the transport industry
Practical benefits provided to drivers, loading assistants, passengers, and fleet managers