What is AEB？
Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) is a system that automatically applies the brakes when it detects an imminent collision with another vehicle, pedestrian, or obstacle. It uses radar, camera, or LIDAR sensors to monitor the road ahead and warn the driver of a potential collision. If the driver does not react in time, the system will apply the brakes to reduce the impact or avoid the collision..
Due to the various complex road environments encountered by vehicles during driving, even with the support of cameras and millimeter wave radar, recognition may still be inaccurate in some special situations. Only when the vehicle speed is slow, will the success rate of the emergency braking system of AEB vehicles be higher. This active safety configuration can effectively reduce the probability of vehicle collisions, but drivers cannot rely too heavily on the AEB automatic braking system. After all, there will always be bugs in electronic programs, and one cannot rely on their own security at any time.
Additionally, it should be noted that the AEB emergency braking system does not function when the driver is pressing the accelerator, as in the opinion of automotive engineers, no program can conflict with the driver's wishes.