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Vehicles having these capabilities must be able to detect and assess a driver’s driving status in order to switch between automated and manual driving safely and smoothly.
Hands-off detection, for example, is a feature that interacts with other systems to determine the status of the driver’s grasp on the steering wheel, allowing for safe changeover between driver-controlled and system-controlled modes. Given the increasing sophistication of autonomous driving assistance systems, safety measures are required, and law is evolving.
Inside this automobile CASE sectors of connected cars, autonomous driving, sharing and services, and electrification, technical revolution is picking up speed.
In the realm of automated cars, we’re seeing an increase in the deployment of technologies that allow a vehicle to automatically follow the automobile in front of it while staying in its lane under certain conditions.
In limited settings, such as on an expressway or at low speeds, one recently developed advanced autonomous driving system already on the market conducts all driving functions.
Joyson Safety Systems is a leading mobiliser of the detection modules in the market. The latest integration has been the steering column, as well as the integrated functional recognition capabilities, are crucial in allowing revolutionary autonomous car models.
This device uses capacitive sensing to detect contact and pressure on the steering wheel rim. The capacitive sensor layer is sandwiched between two layers of foam or leather. The system, which consists of a mat and an ECU, provides all of the needed functional safety features.
Alps Alpine is part of the component manufacture trending companies in the current industry. The Hands-off detection is supported by the electronic control unit, which distinguishes between variations in a driver’s grip on the steering wheel.
Next-generation models are already being developed to accommodate developments in autonomous driving support and to contribute even more to safe and enjoyable mobility.
Hands-off detection, for example, is a feature that interacts with other systems to determine the status of the driver’s grasp on the steering wheel, allowing for safe changeover.
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