Advanced Driver(s) Assistance Systems (ADAS) is becoming increasingly popular in vehicles. ADAS systems have been developed to enhance, automate, and adapt the car’s systems for better and safer driving.
Every year, more vehicles are introduced with ADAS features, including computer-guided parking, lane departure warning, blind spot warning, automatic collision avoidance and many more. Basically, ADAS technology falls into two separate categories.
One category would include devices and systems that enhance the driver’s overall awareness and visual capabilities. Some of these would include lane departure warning, lane keep assist, drowsiness alerts, and blind spot monitoring for example.
The other group would include devices and systems that will take full or partial automatic control of the driving. These would include parking assist, collision mitigation braking system, and adaptive cruise control. These features are the stepping stones necessary to move toward fully driverless vehicles.