ADAS Advanced Driving Assistance System (Advanced Driving Assistance System) refers to the use of various sensors (millimeter-wave radar, lidar, single/binocular camera and satellite navigation) installed on the car to sense at any time while the car is driving. Surrounding environment, collect data, identify, detect and track static and dynamic objects, and combine navigation map data to carry out systematic calculation and analysis, so that drivers can be aware of possible dangers in advance and effectively increase driving safety. Technical features for comfort and safety.
Navigate on Autopilot (NOA, Navigate on Autopilot), that is, when the vehicle is driving on some closed roads such as expressways or elevated roads, combined with the on-board navigation route, the vehicle can automatically change lanes, automatically enter and exit the technical function of the ramp. On the elevated highway section, cruise through high-precision satellite navigation, and use various sensors mounted on the vehicle to detect the surrounding environment, so as to realize lane change, steering, acceleration and deceleration, switch lights, etc., which can relieve the driver burden and help drivers avoid risks.