ADAS Design

Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS)

Autonomous Driving and Assist Systems (ADAS) consists of electronic control modules (ECMs) with specialized embedded control software that uses various sensor inputs (including vision, lidar, radar, sonar) to electronically control steering, engine, transmission and brake systems. The real time ADAS software, which runs on the ECMs, is also supported by inter-vehicular communication between ECMs, as well as supervised by the computers on the internet based local traffic monitoring systems and the computers on the real-time IT infrastructure.

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Functions

Various driving functions covered by this system include Advanced Cruise Control (CC) including Adaptive CC, Cooperative Adaptive CC, Super CC, Blind-Spot Monitoring, Lane Assist, Collision Prevention, Parking Assist, Driver Monitoring (Attention and Drowsiness), Night Driving Assist and Environment Recognition (Road sign, Traffic light, Pedestrian, Animals, Objects).

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