International. Active Safety is designed for collaborative driving at level 2+.
Automotive technology company Veoneer signed an agreement with a major Asian OEM to equip an electric vehicle joint venture in China with an active safety system consisting of a monovision camera, a corner and front-view radar package, and an ADAS ECU.
In 2024, Veoneer says it will begin delivering and integrating the Active Safety system, designed for collaborative driving at level 2+.
The system's high level of safety functionality is maintained in bad weather and in the dark, and includes features that can trigger alarms, take control of the vehicle to avoid a crash or lessen the severity of an accident, as well as automatically brake the car.
The award includes Veoneer's fourth-generation monovision system. The hardware is integrated with software that uses deep learning technologies that identify objects such as cars, road markings and traffic signs.
It also includes Veoneer's ADAS ECU, the multilingual brain that monitors the environment and fuses data from cameras, radars and sensors, interprets the situation and makes informed decisions to help the driver and activates functions such as emergency braking or automatic lane changes.
"We are proud to receive this important award aimed at the growing Chinese market from a renowned Asian customer. This award is truly proof that Veoneer has one of the most capable equipment in the industry and remains at the forefront of technologies, bringing safe and reliable active safety systems to vehicle manufacturers worldwide," said Veoneer CEO Jacob Svanberg.