- Project：DOIT Program
- Category：Imaged assist technology
- Technique Features：
Adaptive Cruise Control System (ACC), Automatic Emergency Brake System (AEB), and Lane Following System (LFS) have been developed for many years in automotive research & testing center (ARTC). An integrated technology in the vertical and horizontal system provides domestic industry to establish integration technology of the driving assistance system, and the design structure of the driving assistance platform. Sensors have its disadvantages. Cameras, for example, are easily affected by light as well as shadow, and radars are sensitive to metal detections. However, integrating perceptions of different sensors into fusion technology can construct environmental information with high accuracy in distance and velocity of front obstacles. The integrated system with ACC, AEB, and LFS enables the host vehicle to remain stable on the lane with a safe distance in front of the vehicle to achieve 2 to 3 of SAE self-driving levels.
Speed: 0 to 120 Kph
Radius of curvature lane: 230m or more
Longitudinal acceleration: -0.8g to +0.3g
Lateral acceleration: ≦0.3g
Intelligent Vehicle Safety System
The market demand for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) is increasing year by year. Developing integration technology will be the future trend. Both vertical control and lateral control are integrated at the same time by the integration technology, which improve the reliability as well as the safety of the ADAS, and further promote the domestic vehicle industry to break into the market of ADAS with high-impact industrial efficiency.