Feb 2010


Pedestrian Detection with Full Auto Brake: Latest Technological Solution from Volvo Cars - Video





Volvo Cars will unveiled its all-new S60 at the Geneva Motor Show on March 2nd with its latest groundbreaking technological solution, Pedestrian Detection with full auto brake.

It can detect pedestrians who walk into the road in front of the car, warn the driver, and automatically apply full braking power if the driver does not respond in time. With this technology, Volvo has increased the braking force in their automatic braking system from 50pc to full stopping power.

Pedestrian Detection with Full Auto Brake can avoid a collision with a pedestrian at speeds of up to 35 km/h if the driver does not react in time. At higher speeds, the focus is on slowing down the car as much as possible prior to the impact. Video includes edited packages and general views of its technology.



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