What is ADAS system?

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) is the technological feature that works based on the electrical control unit (ECU) operating system designed for drivers’ assistance and automatic support.
Glare-free high beam.

Adaptive cruise control (ACC) is an enhancement of conventional cruise control.
ACC automatically adjusts the speed of your vehicle.

The operating system functions according to the commands controlled by the electric control unit (ECU) based on the sensor, 360-degree camera, radar, and ultrasound systems.
maintain distance and speed.
Automotive adjustment beam of a headlamp.

When an unexpected optical event occurs in front of the vehicle, automatic emergency braking (AEB) is activated. It provides advanced safety and saves our lives.

Hill descent control (HDC) is a driver’s assistance system that works on the principle of a low range of speeds and offers finer adjustment.

Automatic parking assistance.
Lane-centering assistance that keeps the car in the centre of the lanes
The lane departure warning (LDW) system warns the driver’s vehicle to move out of its lane on the road. emergency stopped assistance.

Whenever the driver is not active, the system automatically stops the car and keeps the parking indicator glowing.