FCW (Forward Collision Warning) Forward Collision Warning, including a millimeter wave radar sensor, is used to monitor the area in front of the vehicle. The monitored area is the area larger than 150 meters in front of the vehicle and provides auxiliary Warning function when the driver runs normally. When the system recognizes the potential risk of collision between the car and the vehicle in front of it, the warning lights in the car will light up or flash rapidly to alert or warn the driver of the potential risk.
AEB(Autonomous Emergency Braking) automatic Emergency Braking can assist the driver through the system to brake when danger is detected, thus reducing or avoiding accidents.
ACC Adaptive Cruise Control (Adaptive Cruise Control) is an intelligent automatic Control system. The distance sensor (radar) mounted on the front of the vehicle continuously scans the road ahead of the vehicle, while the wheel speed sensor collects the speed signal. When the distance from the vehicle in front is too small, the ACC control unit can make the wheels properly brake and reduce the output power of the engine by coordinating actions with the anti-lock braking system and the engine control system to keep the vehicle at a safe distance from the vehicle in front at all times. When more deceleration is required, the ACC control unit will send an audible and visual signal to inform the driver to take the brake action actively.