Parking Assistance Systems

- Dec 14, 2019-

Parking Assistance Systems

Parking Assistance Systems

Parking assistance systems are one of the most commonly used ADAS systems. Parking assistance systems generally use ultrasonic sensors, which are fixed on front and rear bumpers of the vehicle to detect the obstacles while parking and trigger alarm. The rear cam is also integrated with the system to provide visual assistance while parking. The system senses the distance between the vehicle and the obstacle


Other than the above-mentioned Advance Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), there are many other functions like automatic emergency brake systems, driver behavior monitoring, blind spot detection, etc., which assist in automated driving, enabling safety of vehicles, drivers and the public on the road.


Parking Aid refers to the safety aid device when parking or backing up the car. At present, the mainstream is the parking aid system composed of the reversing camera and the on-board display. When backing up, the display in front of the car can display the real-time video of the reversing camera behind the car, so as to make backing up safer. The secondary is the ultrasonic sensor (commonly known as probe), controller and display (or beep And so on.

What is Parking Aissistance System

Parking assistant system is an important application of active anti-collision system in low-speed and complex urban environment, and it is also the embodiment of intelligent active anti-collision system. The emergence of parking assistant system makes parking more and more easy. Its development is from simple assistant to comprehensive full-automatic parking. Their purpose is to help you easily enter the crowded parking lot.

Use of Parking Aid System:

When the gear lever is put into reverse gear, the reversing radar starts to work automatically. When the probe detects the object behind, the buzzer will give a warning. When the vehicle continues to reverse, the frequency of the warning sound will gradually accelerate, and finally become a long sound.

The system can synthesize the parking route predicted by the wheel cutting angle on the real-time image taken by the camera behind the car body. In addition to the image, it can also give instructions to the driver through sound to deal with various situations of longitudinal and horizontal parking. However, the system has no auxiliary functions such as steering, acceleration and brake operation, so the driver must carry out these operations himself.