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Collision avoidance sensors (CAS), or known as collision sensors function towards detecting an object in the path of a moving vehicle, so the human operator or the vehicle’s automated system can take action to avoid any kind collision. The most common automobile application is a reverse sensor that helps with all kinds of alerts to drivers for obstacles in their path. Collision avoidance sensors are also standard in automated guided vehicles in factories and warehouses. The collision avoidance sensors market growth is witnessed to happen at a rapid pace due to the practical factors such as increasing road accidents on a continuous note, loss of life, damage to vehicles, and, most of all, rising traffic congestions.
Collision sensors are typically mounted on the front and rear sides of the vehicle. Once an object is detected, the sensors trigger an audio or visual alarm or may activate the vehicle’s brakes.
It’s Types— Collision Avoidance System
All the types of sensors, except the GPS-based devices, tend to operate on basic radar principles. This is also known as echo ranging where a radio frequency, high-frequency light, or audio frequency directional pulse is sent out by the ranger in the collision avoidance sensors. If an object is in the way of the pulse, it reflects part of the pulse energy at the ranger where it is detected. In the case of laser, where the beam always stays, and a detector in the CAS detects the laser light.
Here are some of the types of collision avoidance that are gaining prominence in the global Collision Avoidance System market.
Ultrasound: These are sound waves that have frequencies above 20 kHz. Ultrasound sensors are the universal type and are ideal for low speeds and short ranges. This technology is commonly used in reversing systems.
Laser: Laser detection generally stays in controlled systems where reflectors are set up in the machine. It can give erroneous readings from objects that have weak or no reflectivity. Laser detection provides exceptionally high speed and eliminates radio frequency issues.
LED Sensors: These use infrared-emitting LEDs or light-emitting diodes that are ranged around 880 nm wavelength for detection about the collision. Similar to ultrasound sensors, they are also used for short-range detection of collisionless than 10 feet. LED sensors are cost-effective, but they do have a drawback in areas with high-temperature sources. These are primarily used in industrial applications, but some reverse auto sensors use them.
GPS RF Detection: These types of collision system that are used in a centralized system, where each vehicle has a radio transceiver connected to a GPS based tracking system. When two vehicles come closer to each other, warnings are sent to both vehicles. These GPS-based collisions systems are scalable and can cover a large fleet of vehicles moving at high speeds.
How Does it Work? Collision Avoidance System
Safety features on driving have made some significant steps—one of them is the collision avoidance system. Many drivers install radars and cameras to monitor the road and either warn the driver or take control of the vehicle when needed.
Most of the cars these days are using already existing technologies to avoid a collision, as many car companies have started with including front-facing sensors to park cars efficiently. When it receives data from front-facing sensors, the collision avoidance system tends to calculate to determine if there is are any potential obstruction present in the situation. The collision avoidance system and its speed between the vehicle and any other object are too high, then the system may be capable of doing a task which will result in safe driving behavior. The most straightforward collision avoidance system will just provide a warning to the driver, and hopefully, the driver will hit the brakes and slow down or steer away from an obstacle.
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