16 décembre 2018

How safe is ADAS? Euro NCAP tests automated driving technology for first time

How safe is ADAS? Euro NCAP tests automated driving technology for first time As autonomous functions and advanced driver assistance system increase their presence in vehicles, the motoring safety organization Euro NCAP has put the driving technology to the test for the first time. To highlight how safe the systems actually are, Euro NCAP performed a set of three driving scenario tests on 10 vehicles that were using ‘highway assist systems’ – functions such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Centering and Speed Assist Systems to... [Lire la suite]
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15 avril 2018

Spotlight on ADAS: Why ADAS is not a fit and forget system

Spotlight on ADAS: Why ADAS is not a fit and forget system Euro NCAP has included automatic emergency braking as part of its tests since 2014 40% of all vehicles on UK roads are predicted to have at least two types of ADAS fitted by 2020 Calibration is a physical comparison between what the system is actually doing compared to what it should be doing With more Advanced Driver Assistance Systems being installed on cars, Alistair Carlton, technical manager at National Windscreens, says... [Lire la suite]
15 octobre 2016

Safe Car News

Safe Car News Here is a blog with news about car safety.: . Global NCAP launches StoptheCrash AEB campaign in Latin America . AEB helps Alfa Romeo, SEAT and VW win Euro NCAP Five Stars . France: BMW selects start-up Nexyad for driving risk estimation . Read more : http://safecarnews.com/2016/06/23/
27 juin 2016

ADAS : PEDESTRIAN PROTECTION

ADAS : PEDESTRIAN PROTECTION CURRENT Pedestrian Test Protocol  v8.2 from January 2016 Euro NCAP Assessment Protocol – PP v8.1 from January 2016Euro NCAP AEB VRU Test Protocol v1.0.1 from January 2016 Read more : http://www.euroncap.com/fr/pour-ing%C3%A9nieurs/protocols/pedestrian-protection/
15 février 2015

Validation of Advanced Driving Assistance Systems

Authors: Gérard Yahiaoui [NEXYAD], Nicolas DU LAC [INTEMPORA],   Contributors: Laurent RAFAELLI [ALL4TEC], Roman KATZ [Ibeo Automotive Systems GmbH], Philippe DE SOUZA  [CIVITEC] Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) will soon be a rule in the automotive domain: Drivers are now used to advanced interaction with computers, smartphones and tablets. They more and more expect to get the same evolutions in the interactive services provided by their cars. The EURO NCAP organization rates the vehicles from 0 to 5 stars... [Lire la suite]