Collision-Warning Auto-Braking Systems-The Ultimate Test For The Future

There have widespread tests on auto-braking collision warning systems as they were done on vehicles.

There have widespread tests on auto-braking collision warning systems as they were done on vehicles. Without this collision avoidance technology, it is expected that there will be a lot of potentially critical injuries if not death and damage worth thousands of dollars. Through the technology, cars would be feeling much safer and drivers will be capable of avoiding crashing into the cars before them even as the tests on the technology indicate it is improving with every test.

 

Dozen Vehicles Tested

 

In testing the technology, dozens of cars were used with crash tests of 12-25 miles per hour separating the disappointments from the top performers. For example, the best test was on the Subaru Outback that at 25 miles per hour and the foot not on the brake with glaring danger ahead the car gave a warning before reducing the speed since the auto-braking system was capable of stopping the vehicle before there was any collision.  Other notable cars that had a higher rating during the test included Volvo S60 sedan, C Class Mercedes Benz and the Cadillac ATS sedan. Infiniti JX and Toyota Prius V were some of the disappointments in the test.

 

Technology Motorists Have No Clue About

 

It has been discovered that many motorists have no idea the car comes fitted with the auto-braking system that helps avoid a collision. In fact, high safety officials think it is a great idea to ensure you know something about it next time you leave a dealership with a new ride. For Infiniti officials, the disappointing results made them decide to critically look into the test results while Prius V makers, Toyota, indicated their car does not come with an auto-braking technology, saying they have never promoted it as having one. Toyota indicates that the Prius V comes with a pre-collision technology capable of mitigating a crash’s effect.

 

How It Works

 

In auto braking and collision warning systems, the area before the car is monitored continuously through the aid of a long-range radar and a wide-angle forward sensing type of camera harnessed in the interior of the rear view mirror. A brake and warning support is added for collisions although a lot depends on whether the car is stationery or in motion. In case the driver is warned and does not come in to intervene and the collision about to happen is seen as unavoidable, the auto braking intervenes automatically to ensure the car has been slowed down. From the onset, this technology ensures the impact speed has been reduced and the threat of serious consequences lessened.

 

Verified Technology

 

The collision warning auto braking technology has been verified through practical tests and other innovative CAE techniques and lots of discussions have taken place on how the system could be judged from the perspective of safety in real-life situations through the use of statistics on traffic accidents. Through the system, a driver will be enhancing the power of forward looking type of sensors to ensure obstacles lying ahead have been detected and avoided. The brake support and warning gives the driver a better platform to react wisely to save lives and the car.

 

About Author

 

This article is written by chris who is an auto consultant living in the UK. He loves to drive his beloved 4X4 SUV and go places unexplored. He regularly gets his SUV maintained at National Autocare. Find out more about National here www.national.co.uk

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