The stereo vision sensor uses 3D image processing techniques called “dense stereo matching” to detect obstacles of different shapes, including pedestrians, vehicles, and guardrails, as well as empty road spaces marked by lane lines. This enables autonomous emergency braking and automatic steering control to avoid obstacles.
Localization for automated driving
VMPS consisting of high-end GNSS receivers, GNSS correction service, 6D inertial sensors as well as a high-end microcontroller
Bosch is teaching the vehicle how to drive. Step by step, Bosch is making automated driving a reality: from innovative assistance systems, to partly and highly automated functions for improved safety and comfort, to the fascination with fully automated driving in the future. Many technical milestones have already been reached. These include, for example, traffic jam assist with longitudinal and lateral guidance, predictive pedestrian protection and remote-controlled parking assistant.
High braking performance improves collision avoidance through presence detection of very close objects and faster reaction to various suddenly appearing obstacles (i.e. pedestrians, changing scenes). Signal coding and advanced digital signal processing achieved this capacity.
Compatible with the driver assistance portfolio (such as radar and camera) with sensor data fusion (SDF) to realize more advanced parking functions like home zone park assist.
ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System)
Detecting driver's facial direction and eyelid positions for enhancing safe driving