ADAS is short for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and refers to electronic systems that are designed to help the driver of a vehicle. These systems can be anything from simple lane departure warning systems to full-fledged autonomous driving systems.
Most ADAS systems use some form of sensors, such as cameras, radar, or lasers, to detect potential hazards on the road and then provide the driver with information about those hazards. Some systems, like lane departure warning systems, can even take corrective action if the driver does not respond to the warnings in a timely manner.
ADAS systems are becoming increasingly common in new vehicles, especially as the technology underlying these systems continues to improve. Many experts believe that ADAS systems will play a key role in reducing accidents and improving road safety in the future.
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