What is Adaptive Cruise Control for Car Safety

- Dec 14, 2019-

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The Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) or Radar Cruise Control is an intelligent system, which allows drivers to maintain an optimum distance between vehicles while driving and allows vehicles to automatically adjust their speed while approaching towards other vehicles. ACC is based on on-board radar or laser sensor, which instructs the vehicle to slow down in case of any vehicle is detected. The adaptive cruise control system is comprised of a radar headway sensor, digital signal processor, and longitudinal controller. The system is integrated with the engine as well as breaks of the vehicles so that when the system detects any vehicle in its roadway, it automatically decelerates the vehicle and allow the vehicle to reaccelerate to the set speed when the path is clear.