What is an advanced driver assistance system (ADAS)?

ADAS uses groups of technologies to help drivers engage in complex or difficult maneuvers safely. The most common ADAS features include blind-spot monitoring, lane departure notifications, and collision avoidance alerts. Adaptive cruise control is another. ADAS systems let drivers know if they’re driving too closely to a vehicle or an obstacle. It also alerts if other drivers are tailgating.

Seeing every potential risk isn’t always possible. That’s why driver assistance systems use camera-based technologies with loop-recording features. The features continuously record by overwriting older video with new footage to ensure that the device never misses a second of the drive. It gives the driver a second pair of eyes.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top
× How can I help you?