Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS)
ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) is a system in which the vehicle itself investigates the surrounding information in order to realize the safety and comfort of the driver, accurately displays and warns the driver before any mishaps. These systems can take over the control from the human on assessing any threat thereby reducing accidents and fatalities
ADAS systems can detect certain objects, do basic classification, alert the drivers of uncertain road conditions and, in some cases, automatically decelerate or stop the vehicle. By combining the ADAS with a telematics system, it is possible to capture the vehicle movements, driving behaviors within a fleet system.
ADAS has the ability to minimize human error from the equation on the journey to zero-accident mobility. Not only does it help to improve the safety of the driver and the passengers, but also helps to enhance the overall user experience.
ADAS can help you in situations:
- Lane crossing
- Sudden turnings on the hill
- Pedestrian or object collision
- Smoking, bad driving behaviors
- Night driving
- Driver is drowsy