28 octobre 2017

MAP-BASED ADAS STANDARDS AND SOLUTIONS: ADASIS AND ELECTRONIC HORIZON

MAP-BASED ADAS STANDARDS AND SOLUTIONS: ADASIS AND ELECTRONIC HORIZON 1. MAP-ENABLED ADAS: CONCEPT Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) seek to warn drivers of impending hazards or to intervene on their behalf; avoid an accident or to undertake certain driving tasks. Clearly, ADAS must have access to data concerning situations unfolding around the vehicle in order to exact the correct maneuver or issue the appropriate warning. In general, this is provided by sensors equipped on the vehicle, which can include ... [Lire la suite]

12 septembre 2017

The ADAS Horizon Concept : electronic horizon for ADAS (ADASIS)

The ADAS Horizon Concept : electronic horizon for ADAS (ADASIS) As a predictive sensor, digital maps enable drivers to anticipate the road ahead, effectively extending their horizon beyond what is immediately visible and thereby contributing to safer, smarter and cleaner mobility. [Aisin AW] Since its founding in 1969, Aisin AW has placed emphasis on quality and innovation and endeavored to develop products that bring satisfaction to our customers under our corporate principle of "Quality Supremacy". We have grown to establish... [Lire la suite]
19 décembre 2016

Advancing map-enhanced driver assistance systems

Advancing map-enhanced driver assistance systems To enable and/or enhance the functionalities of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), vehicle manufacturers want to access and use the information provided by navigation systems such as map data, vehicle position and speed. Today, however, navigation map databases are only accessible to navigation applications and stored in the proprietary format of the navigation system. In order for ADAS applications to access this data, an appropriate information exchange interface must be... [Lire la suite]
20 août 2016

The role of HERE in developing ADAS and other automotive standards

The role of HERE in developing ADAS and other automotive standards HERE has always understood that a map is not simply a navigational tool. Back in the late 1990s, the team could see its potential above and beyond the map’s traditional remit. Take, for example, its use as a sensor in cars. Dietmar Rabel, senior product manager in the automated driving side at HERE, told us: “We created a patent in 1999 for what we call ‘Electronic Horizon’ which allows cars to ‘see around the corner’ – basically the car can adapt cruise control or... [Lire la suite]