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This report provides an in-depth overview of the Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, or ADAS, are systems to help the driver in its driver process. When designed with a safe Human-Machine Interface it should increase car safety and more generally road safety. (ADAS) being offered by the European European
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see cryptococcosis. automotive industry The automotive industry is the industry involved in the design, development, manufacture, marketing, and sale of motor vehicles. In 2006, more than 69 million motor vehicles, including cars and commercial vehicles were produced worldwide. , whilst analysing how the functionality trends are likely to evolve over the next three to five years.
Additionally, analysis is provided of the challenges that vehicle manufacturers face to increase the fitment fitment
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Noun 1. rate of ADAS applications in Europe and to educate the customer of their relative safety benefits.
New European telematics Originally coined to mean the convergence of telecommunications and information processing, the term later evolved to refer to automation in automobiles. GPS navigation, integrated hands-free cellphones, wireless communications and automatic driving assistance systems all come under the and ITS report ADAS in Europe - a technical and market review
--In-depth overview of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems offered by European automotive industry
--Informed analysis of how technologies and functionality will develop in next three to five years
--Identification and assessment of the challenges faced by manufacturers in increasing the fitment rate of ADAS
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are at the cutting edge of vehicle safety
technology, providing motorists with increasingly sophisticated means of reducing the risk of an accident happening, and delivering optimum protection should the worst happen.
While as many as 13 manufacturers have brought such systems to the marketplace in Europe, the concept has yet to achieve the breakthrough in public awareness required to create market pressure for wider availability beyond the premium segment.
That's one of the key findings in a new telematics and ITS report ADAS in Europe - a technical and market review. The report examines in detail the technologies that are currently available in Europe and looks ahead at how these will develop in the next three to five years to offer greater functionality and higher safety and comfort levels. This research also analyses consumer response to ADAS and identifies the crucial issues that need to be addressed if the systems are to breakthrough into the volume car market.
The author demonstrates how increased system functionality and a growing trend to merge ADAS with other in-car safety systems are creating complex packages that carry a high price tag. At the same time, manufacturers show little consistency in the systems they choose to offer, their HMI (Human Machine Interface) The user interface in a manufacturing or process control system. It provides a graphics-based visualization of an industrial control and monitoring system. design and even the terminology used to label them, all of which is increasing customer confusion about the relative benefits and value of ADAS.
The report details the ADAS currently available from each manufacturer and assesses public perception of their value compared to other automotive technologies Noun 1. automotive technology - the activity of designing and constructing automobiles
engineering, technology - the practical application of science to commerce or industry . It also provides expert insight into the next generation of applications and trends in system functionality, in both the medium and long term. This embraces advances in areas such as digital map data and local information sharing See data conferencing. through Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V V2V Vehicle-To-Vehicle (communication)
V2V Vendor to Vendor ) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I V2I Vehicle-to-Infrastructure ) communications.
1. Executive summary
2. Overview of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
3. Moving ADAS from niche to mass-market
4. Current ADAS systems by vehicle manufacturer
5. Next generation European ADAS strategies by supplier
6. European research activities for future ADAS applications
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