Collision Mitigation System CMS

 

Introduction

Rear-end collisions are the most common type of accident for freight-carrying trucks and other heavy vehicles. To reduce the risk of rear-end collisions, in 2015 the EU mandated advanced emergency braking systems (AEBS) for all new vehicles.

How does CMS works

 

Combined with FCW / LDWS (Forward Collision Warning / Lane Departure Warning System), CMS works via integrated ADAS camera and Millimeter Wave radar continuously measures if there is enough room to prevent a collision with the vehicle in front. If the critical distance limit is exceeded, the system issues an initial visual and acoustic signal as a warning to the driver.

No braking is applied by CMS at this point, the driver is still in full control of the vehicle and should respond to the warning by increasing the distance between him and the vehicle in front.

If the driver fails to act on this warning CMS comes into effect. The truck will decelerate as much as possible to prevent a collision or to minimize the impact if one does occur.

NAVIDIGITECH CMS

 

Unlike camera-based or radar-based technology, our CMS (ADAS camera + Mmw radar) double algorithm system is reliable in low visibility situations, such as fog or inclement weather, offers Enhanced Object Detection, Expanded Deceleration Range

CMS is available for most vehicle types. All system components are engineered for extended durability and easy maintenance.