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What are advanced driver assistance systems?

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The driver assistance system is defined as the supporting technology for the drivers in the motor vehicles to take over the driver tasks in certain situations.  ADAS aims to enhance the safety of the driver, driving comfortability, and efficiency improvement.

The ADAS is also designed for supporting the truck and car drivers in driving and hence achieve the objectivity of traffic safety while on the road.  The ADAS range from simple assistance systems to complex assistance systems. From parking aid to traffic jam pilot.

The driver assistance systems are divided into three categories of operational mode:-

Category A function is used for the driver to know about the event related to the vehicle’s environment such as the necessary safety guidelines for a vehicle. The information is displayed in form of symbols such as on the speedometer, exterior rear-view mirror, or head-up display. Acoustic signals as a warning tone are used.

Category B supports continuous automating functions. This includes adaptive cruise control to maintain the preset speed to monitor the vehicle distance. The category shares the driving task for the driver and the assistance system.

Category C is mostly used in emergencies. The reason being the response of the automated systems is faster than the humans. Examples such as the emergency brake assistant or automatic avoidance system.

The list of following ADAS are:-

  • Anti-lock braking system, ABS.
  • Autopahnpilot
  • Hill start assist
  • Parking aid
  • Adaptive Highbeam Assist
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Automatic Emergency Brake Assist
  • Automatic windscreen wiper system
  • Active Lane Keeping Assist
  • Blind Spot Monitoring
  • Traffic Sign Recognition

Source:- ADAS

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