Autonomous driving vocabulary terms – ACC, ADAS, ADB, AEB, AMAP, AVM

ACC: adaptive cruise
adaptive Cruise Control (control auxiliary term)
Real-time monitoring of the driving environment in front of the vehicle, and automatically adjust the driving speed within a set speed range to adapt to changes in the driving environment caused by the vehicle in front and/or road conditions.

ADAS: Advanced Driver Assistance System
advanced driver assistance systems
Use the sensing, communication, decision-making and execution devices installed on the vehicle to monitor the driver, the vehicle and its driving environment in real time, and use information and/or motion control to assist the driver in performing driving tasks or actively avoiding/mitigating collisions The general term for the various systems that are harmful.

ADB: Adaptive high beam
adaptive driving beam (control auxiliary term)
It can automatically adjust the projection range to reduce the high beams that dazzle and interfere with the drivers of other vehicles.

AEB: Automatic emergency braking
advanced/automatic emergency braking (control auxiliary term)
It monitors the driving environment in front of the vehicle in real time, and automatically activates the vehicle braking system to slow the vehicle when a collision risk may occur, so as to avoid a collision or reduce the consequences of a collision.

AES: automatic emergency steering
automatic emergency steering (control auxiliary term)
Real-time monitoring of the driving environment of the front, side, and rear of the vehicle, and automatically control the steering of the vehicle when a collision risk may occur to avoid collisions or reduce the consequences of collisions.

AFL: adaptive headlight
adaptive front light (control auxiliary term)
It can automatically switch between low beam and high beam or control the projection range, so as to provide different types of beam headlights to adapt to the various use environments of the vehicle.

AMAP: Accelerator pedal prevention
anti-maloperation for accelerator pedal (control auxiliary term)
When the vehicle starts or is running at a low speed, when the driver accidentally steps on the accelerator pedal to cause emergency acceleration and may collide with surrounding obstacles, the vehicle is automatically inhibited from accelerating.

AVM: panoramic image monitoring
around view monitoring (information auxiliary term)
Provide the driver with real-time image information of the environment within 360°C around the vehicle.