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The Blind Spot Detection and Warning technology

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Posted by Dylan Thurston on October 1, 2013 at 6:22 am

This system consists of two radar units and it is similar to lane change assistance system. This technology devices are mounted invisibly to the corners of the rear bumper. From those two radar units one will operate as a system master and the other is configured as a slave. With the help of private data link, the data of both the radar units will combine with the sensor data fusion tracking algorithm.

On the sides of the car, the two radars are pointed well and this will detect the moving vehicle beside the car fitted radar. The area that contains five lanes is scanned. Compared to the lane change assistance systems, the range of the rear is shorter, but this BSP is very easy to install and lower in cost. So, this will optimize for the freeways and slow speed urban driving. This system gives very low false alarm rate and performs excellently.

This system performs, objective to lane mapping, tracking, the warning algorithms and detection algorithms and the extra customer code can also be integrated. This system requires no extra control units. This cost efficient master slave and innovative system design interfaces all controls and indicators and performs all the functions and also communicates with the vehicle data bus.

This radar sensors monitor the space behind the road and alongside the car, also display the visual signal which is near the outside mirror. This is to indicate is their any moving vehicle in the blind spot.

This system can withstand strain and monitors the areas that are difficult to see to avoid the hazardous situations to the driver.

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