Autonomous Emergency Braking (low speed)

Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) systems use forward-looking radar, cameras or optical sensors or a combination of these to help quickly and accurately detect vehicles, pedestrians or other potential obstacles. That information can then be used to warn the driver and apply the brakes to provide up to 1 g deceleration of brake force in an effort to avoid or mitigate collisions.

AEB helps provide constant monitoring of the road ahead and is designed to assist the driver by automatically applying the brakes if they do not respond in an imminent crash situation.

The AEB low-speed system applies the brakes in low-speed situations where a collision may be imminent in urban environments such as traffic lanes, junctions, or roundabouts. Up to 50km/h the system does a complete stop.

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