Smarter Eye truck AEB (automatic emergency braking) system includes forward collision warning (FCW), headway monitoring warning (HMW), lane departure warning (LDW), automatic emergency braking (AEB) and other functional modules. It mainly uses forward-looking binocular cameras and millimeter-wave radar to detect the relative distance, relative speed and other information of vehicles, pedestrians and other obstacles ahead, and combines the vehicle's own driving trajectory and status to predict the risk of collision and provide sound and light alarm prompts. In an emergency, the automatic braking system can avoid collisions or reduce collision injuries through vehicle control.
The main working principle of AEBS is to receive environmental perception information from forward binocular cameras and millimeter-wave radars, and process it through sensor fusion algorithms to obtain information such as accurate target types and quantities, relative distance and relative speed of the self-vehicle, and then make control decisions through algorithm to calculate possible collision times. The system can issue an audible and visual alarm based on the pre-collision time or implement emergency braking through the vehicle braking system.