Toyota’s innovative safety systems Part II

December 3, 2014 at 9:11 pm

Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control.
Unlike conventional adaptive cruise control, which determines the position of the other cars using millimeter-wave radar, a cooperative and adaptive cruise control uses a technology data at 700 MHz when changing the distance between the cars. As a result, following behind the cars adapt to the speed of the vehicle in front, more efficiently maintaining a set distance. Helping to maintain a constant speed, the system improves fuel efficiency and reduces the amount of traffic congestion.
Compliance monitoring system layout (Lane Trace Control).

Toyota's innovative safety systems pics

Toyota’s innovative safety systems picture

The system of monitoring compliance with the markup follows the trajectory of the vehicle so that it does not leave them busy strip and remained at a safe distance from the neighboring vehicles.

Toyota's innovative safety systems pics

Toyota’s innovative safety systems picture

Interactive interface “man-machine”. Interactive interface allows for data from the cameras and radar combined with maps and signals GPS, to identify possible areas of road where the autonomous driving will be ineffective or is completely disabled. Need to take into account not only the situation in the occupied bandwidth, but also the potential for interference from cars in adjacent streams. The unique technology of monitoring the behavior of the driver can recognize how closely the motorist on the road.

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