Do you know what they all are and what they do to help?
Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are systems designed to help the driver in an increasingly technology-assisted mobile world.
More and more road vehicles have built-in driver assistance technology either fitted as standard or offered as aftermarket fitment options. The endgame might be the fully autonomous (driverless) vehicle, but in the meantime driver assistance systems are intended mainly to improve safety on the road. However, as they appear increasingly on new vehicles, does the driver really understand them, their benefits and their best use?
This latest whitepaper in the series is designed to create discussion, stimulate interest and indicate that not all technology on vehicle is as understood by the driver is it should be for maximum safety benefit.