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Safety, Comfort and Convenience Systems
Automakers take safety seriously because it sells cars, so they cram in more and more features to eke out a competitive advantage. In this article we cover some of the electronics safety aids licensed by manufacturers such as Bosch to the automakers. A head up display provides information projected into your field of vision. There are third-party systems available see video below , but more and more cars are coming with them built in. The type of information that can be projected includes navigation directions, the local speed limit, your speed, and information from the trip computer. Lane Departure Warning, also called Lane Keep Assist uses a camera in the dashboard to look for lane markings.
Handbook of Intelligent Vehicles pp Cite as. In recent years, research and development activities of automobile manufacturers have placed an increasing focus on offering intelligent assistance systems in the vehicle. The system of driver, vehicle, and environment can be thought of as a control loop with feedback, in which the role of human drivers is decisive in determining the safety potential of this control loop. The safety and comfort characteristics arise for the driver from his interactions with the vehicle and the environment Bernotat The human—machine interaction serves as the interface between the driver and the vehicle and also between the driver and the environment. Thus, the design of the human—machine interface is a key determinant of the effectiveness and acceptance of driver assistance systems. Due to the increasing amount of systems in a car, the functional integration of different assistance systems and a higher degree of automation of the functions are expected in future.
Active and passive automotive safety systems
Passenger safety occupies a prime spot in the automobile sector today. Proactive policy implementation and consumer awareness has played a key role in making automotive safety systems popular. However the penetration of these lifesaving technologies differs from country to country. Economically developed countries tend to have a high penetration of these technologies across various passenger and commercial vehicle segments. Airbags, Seatbelts, Whiplash Protection System etc. Since the market for the safety systems like Airbags and ABS in developed economies is maturing and becoming saturated, OEMs and suppliers are focusing on increase demand from emerging markets. Rapidly increasing vehicle population in emerging markets such as China, Thailand, Brazil and India is also driving up the risk of road fatalities and supporting demand for safety systems in passenger and commercial vehicles.
Since the start of the twentieth century, the role of the car has become highly important though controversial. It is used throughout the world and has become the most popular mode of transport in the more developed countries. In developing countries , the effects of the car on society are not as visible, however they are significant. The development of the car built upon the transport sector first started by railways. This has introduced sweeping changes in employment patterns, social interactions, infrastructure and the distribution of goods. Despite the positive effects on access to remote places and mobility, comfort provided by the automobile, allowing people to geographically increase their social and economic interactions, the negative effects of the car on everyday life are not negligible. Although the introduction of the mass-produced car represented a revolution in industry and convenience,   creating job demand and tax revenue, the high motorisation rates also brought severe consequences to the society and to the environment.
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Safety comfort and convenience systems function regulation and components
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Safety systems, such as the ESP and airbag, have the greatest importance for the driver. They automatically detect hazardous situations and trigger complex procedures to prevent these hazards to the greatest extent permitted by physics or to makeMoreSafety systems, such as the ESP and airbag, have the greatest importance for the driver. They automatically detect hazardous situations and trigger complex procedures to prevent these hazards to the greatest extent permitted by physics or to make their effects less severe for the cars occupants.