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  1. 1. Adaptive Cruise Control BY B.Giridharan Reg:22MMT1007
  2. 2. What Is Adaptive Cruise Control? Adaptive cruise control (ACC) is a system designed to help vehicles maintain a safe following distance and stay within the speed limit. This system adjusts a car's speed automatically so drivers don't have to.
  3. 3. HOW IT WORKS ? ACC functions by sensory technology installed within vehicles such as cameras, lasers, and radar equipment, which creates an idea of how close one car is to another, or other objects on the roadway. For this reason, ACC is the basis for future car intelligence. These sensory technologies allow the car to detect and warn the driver about potential forward collisions. When this happens, red lights begin to flash, and the phrase 'brake now!' appears on the dashboard to help the driver slow down. There might also be an audible warning.
  4. 4. What is Radar Sensor The sensor which is used to measure the distance, velocity and movements of objects above wide distances is known as a radar sensor and also measures the relative speed of the noticed object. This sensor uses wireless detecting technology like FMCW (Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave) to detect the motion by figuring out the object’s shape, position, motion trajectory & motion characteristics.
  5. 5. Advantages of Adaptive Cruise Control: 1. It increase in road safety. 2. These space-mindful features will also help prevent accidents that result from an obstructed view or close following distance.

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