Active City Brake
Over the past few years, many companies have been able to significantly increase the safety of cars by utilizing new technologies in the field of artificial intelligence and using these technologies to significantly reduce the number of cars accidents.
Many of the technologies used in new vehicles are categorized in the field of driver assistance technology, purpose of the technologies in this category is to improve the quality of driving.
Driver-assisted technologies utilize Motion sensors and Infrared sensors in vehicles for detecting motions and activities around the cars. These technologies are faster and more accurately than the drivers and help the person to respond better and faster than these activities. Many of the new driver assistance technologies have only a warning role and inform the driver about activities around the car, but at the same time, many other Driver-assisted technologies, along with the drivers controlling the cars And if they can not react correctly, the Driver-assisted technologies take the control of the car and give it the correct command. The Active city brake system is a new technology which makes it possible to avoid an accident or reduce its severity if the driver fails to react. It works in urban conditions at speeds of less than 20 mph. A short range sensor is fitted to the top of the windscreen and can detect other vehicles that are driving in the same direction or stationary. This will automatically trigger an emergency brake to stop the vehicle and avoid a collision entirely or limit the consequences of an accident by reducing the speed of impact. Active City Brake helps the driver avoid frontal collisions while driving at the slow speeds common in urban areas or congested traffic.
How Active City Brake Work?
The Active city brake system short-range lasers as a sensor for detecting motions and activities around the car. This sensor input is then used to determine if there are any objects present in the path of the vehicle. If an object is detected, the system can then determine if the speed of the vehicle is greater than the speed of the object in front of it. A significant speed differential may indicate that a collision is likely to occur, in which case the system is capable of automatically activating the brakes. The automatic braking system of Active city brake system can bring the car to a complete standstill if necessary. In this instance, the vehicle is kept at a complete stop temporarily to allow the driver to resume control by pressing on the brake pedal.
The Active city brake system is designed to reduce the risk of accidents by slowing the car when a risk of collision is detected. However the system has its limitations, and no safety system or combination of such systems can prevent all accidents. These systems are not a replacement for safe and attentive driving. Please drive carefully at all times and do not rely on technology to prevent an accident.