The automatic emergency braking system can help drivers avoid or mitigate collisions with other vehicles or pedestrians
The automatic emergency braking (AEB) system uses forward looking radar and/ or camera allowing the capability to help quickly and accurately detect impeding vehicles, pedestrians and other obstacles. That information can then be used to apply the brakes to provide up to 1 g deceleration in an effort to help avoid or mitigate collisions.
Integration with the active control retractor seat belt system helps reduce occupant forward excursion and enhance restraint performance during emergency braking
Integration with electronic stability control or integrated brake control can generate up to 1 g deceleration in 150-300 ms, which significantly helps reduce stopping distances and helps to mitigate the crash further
Single, in-house solution to integrate braking, restraints and active safety components
Robust, lower-risk solution with shorter development cycle times and lower costs