Safety and quality Systems
Advanced Driver Assistance - How Far Should they go?
Some of the primary features of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) ensure safety, assistance and availability of information to the drivers. Thus these systems are set to revolutionise the future of vehicle development. This paper describes the prospects of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems as well as its limitations and potential risks.
Systematisation of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
"Advanced Driver Assistance Systems" (ADAS) is frequently used as a generic term for all systems supporting the driver when driving. Driver Assistance Systems are designed to inform the driver, warn or give recommendations in critical situations, or even allow the driver to delegate tasks to the vehicle. They can occasionally, even partly, control the vehicle and enhance the vehicle stability. Driver assistance functions must be examined very carefully regarding their impact on performance, use cases, legal aspects, operability, and their harmonious interaction with other driving functions, as well as their human machine interfaces (1).