The Future of Cars: Automatic Emergency Braking Technology (AEB)

Automatic emergency braking technology has been agreed upon as a standard feature in future cars by ten of the major automakers worldwide. This broad group of automakers which includes Audi, BMW, Ford, General Motors, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Tesla, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo, have agreed in principle to equip all their new vehicles with this new technology to save more lives.

This group will work with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in the next few months to hammer out details of the agreement and a timeline for implementing it across their lineups. Automatic emergency braking systems use sensors including radar, cameras or lasers to detect an imminent collision and apply the brakes automatically.

Due to the increase in number of accidents on the roads today and the many lives they take, this emergency braking (AEB) is looked upon to become as common as seatbelts by using its radar, camera and laser sensors that are fitted to the vehicle to detect potential collisions.

However, if the driver doesn’t take avoiding action, this AEB will automatically brake the car to mitigate the crash or completely avoid it altogether. The system through its sensors that are fitted to the car works to detect if the car in front is slowing down or braking sharply. It can then judge quickly if the car needs to come to an automatic emergency stop.

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Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/

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