ADAS technologies have been in development for several decades, but it was not until the 2000s that they began to be integrated into production vehicles.
ADAS technologies can assist drivers in avoiding accidents, reducing the risk of injury or death.
ADAS can help reduce driver stress and fatigue by taking over some of the driving tasks, making the driving experience more comfortable.
ADAS features such as adaptive cruise control can help reduce fuel consumption by optimizing acceleration and braking.
With features such as traffic jam assistance, ADAS can help reduce traffic congestion by assisting drivers in heavy traffic situations.
ADAS systems generate vast amounts of data about drivers and their behavior. This has raised concerns about privacy and data security.
(AEB) Detects an imminent collision and applies the brakes to prevent or reduce the severity of a crash.
Uses cameras or sensors to help the driver park the vehicle, with some systems able to perform parallel or perpendicular parking automatically.
ADAS technology is constantly evolving, leading to the development of more advanced features such as facial recognition for driver monitoring and advanced vehicle-to-vehicle communication.