The cruise control is one of the best inventions that today can be found in the car, and if adaptive even better. They are the first steps toward autonomous cars that can drive themselves and also a way to make a little easier (and safer) longer trips. Increasingly manufacturers of these systems evolve and this is the case of Honda.
The Honda CR-V already has adaptive cruise control at their highest finishes, even in the previous generation, but with the Japanese brand restyling incorporate a new system that plus adaptive is predictive , you can think about what they can do other cars and anticipate, to thereby have a more smooth and satisfactory performance.
His name is i-ACC and the traditional role of adaptive cruise control, saving the distance to the car in front, the ability to predict and react to cars that will be added to put before us, without respecting the safety distance and therefore would work the system adaptive cruise control.
The system is based on studies of the driving habits of European drivers and relies on a camera and radar to detect the other vehicles . An algorithm is responsible for calculating the probability that the car Cirula by another lane stand in our path. This way you can anticipate and go smoothly decelerating the car , so that when the other driver we strain, the braking is not as sharp and can scare us.
The restyling of the Honda CR-V will be the first car to feature this system (in the highest finishes) once the marketing begins. When the predictive system becomes operational the car decelerate very gently and show an icon in the box watches to warn the driver of the reasons for the slowdown. We’ll have to check in-situ which is the level of accuracy of the system.
Source – Honda
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