ADAS: Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

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What is ADAS?

ADAS or Advanced Driver Assistance System is an automation feature that is devised to make driving cars a great deal safer. It aims to eliminate human intervention from driving. This significantly reduces the frequency of car accidents and reduce the severity of the ones that cannot be completely avoided. ADAS cuts down on reaction times to potential accidents via timely warning signals.

How does ADAS Technology Work?

  • ADAS sees the world around it using sensors in the car such as radar and cameras, and then either delivers alerts to the driver or initiates autonomous actions based on what it detects.
  • Say the car detects another vehicle in an area in which the driver might not have been able to see them, technologies such as blind spot warnings or rear backup warnings will inform the driver. Similarly, if the system detects that the car is leaving its lane, it may trigger lane departure warning to inform the driver.
  • When these observations are combined with technology that goes beyond a simple warning, ADAS is transformed into an active safety system, which means the car will "actively" regulate brakes or steering.

Our ADAS Features & Services

Forward Collision Warning

It notifies drivers when they are about to collide with a barrier or another automobile in their route when an unexpected vehicle or object abruptly enters the path, leaving you with insufficient time to brake.

Posted Speed Violation

It ensures that the current speed limit and other road signs are always visible to the driver. It is also designed to alert when the vehicle crosses the speed limit posted on the road sign.

STOP Sign Violation

It ensures that road signs are always visible to the driver. Designed to alert when the vehicle crosses the posted STOP sign on the road.

Lane Drift Warning

If the vehicle starts to leave the marked lane while the turning signal is off, the system alerts the driver.

Distracted Driving

The system recognizes and warns fleet drivers who are distracted and gazing away from the road. When the system detects driver distraction, it will emit a separate warning tone to remind the driver to focus on the road.

Facial ID

Face recognition is a biometric identification procedure that uses the driver's facial traits to identify, verify, and authenticate the person.

Why Choose LocoNav ADAS Systems?

Like all our other fleet technology products, LocoNav’s ADAS Systems also have the customer-first ideology at its core. LocoNav's ADAS employs a human-technology interface to enhance the driver's ability to respond to road hazards. It is intended to improve road safety by lowering the overall accident rate, thereby reducing vehicular injuries. They also restrict the number of insurance claims resulting from minor accidents that cause property damage but no injuries.

General FAQS

The full form of ADAS is Advanced Driver Assistance Systems.
The role of ADAS is to reduce the amount of accidents and the severity of those that cannot be prevented in order to prevent deaths and injuries. Among the most important safety-critical ADAS applications are: Detecting and avoiding pedestrians, Warning/correction for lane deviation.
With its large population and tricky road conditions, India is the perfect market for ADAS. It can help reduce accident rates considerably and also improve driving experience in the country.
To protect its occupants, ADAS employs many sensors in combination. These are the detectors that interact with the environment. That is, the smooth operation of ADAS is also dependent on external circumstances. Considering all of the great uses of ADAS, it has a promising future in India.
The basic difference between ADAS and Automated Driving is that ADAS assists the driver, while also requiring human intervention but Automated Driving completely eliminates the need for human input while driving.
Active safety measures are intended to prevent crashes and accidents. Meanwhile, passive safety features are designed to reduce the impact of an inevitable crash.
When a vehicle's sensor nodes are interrupted, ADAS calibrations must be completed. For instance, if a windshield cracks, the display and rain sensors must be recalibrated. When a car is rear ended, the mirrors and lane departure alerts must be reset.
The features of ADAS are almost similar but can have a different degree of the requirement of human intervention vs. autonomous driving. These differing degrees are arranged in levels of ADAS, which are as follows:
  • Level 0 - No Automation
    The human driver has full control over the driving duties - braking, accelerating, steering, etc.
  • Level 1 - Driver Assistance
    The vehicle has a feature that supports a single automation system, such as cruise control.
  • Level 2 - Partial Automation
    The automobile can steer and accelerate, however, the human driver can regain control at any time.
  • Level 3 - Conditional Automation
    This level allows the automobile to detect its environment. The vehicle is able to control most driving tasks but human intervention is still needed.
  • Level 4 - High Automation
    The vehicle is capable of performing all driving tasks. Geofencing is needed and human override is optional.
  • Level 5 - Complete Automation
    No human intervention is needed. The automobile is capable of performing all driving tasks under any possible condition.