HMW: Vehicle distance monitoring and warning
headway monitoring warning
Difference from FCW: http://www.mileview.cn/xingyezixun/23-28.html
If the distance from the vehicle in front is close to the safe distance set by the driver, the system will alert the driver through different sounds and images according to the degree of danger. It works synchronously when the vehicle is running.
HUD: Head up display
head-up display (information auxiliary term)
The information is displayed in the driver’s field of vision during normal driving, so that the driver can see the corresponding information without lowering his head.
IHC: Intelligent high beam control
Intelligent High-Beam Control
The Mobileye system can automatically monitor the characteristics of the lights of the oncoming car. When it is determined that there is an oncoming car, it will automatically switch the high beam of the car to the low beam, and then automatically switch back;
Starting conditions: A: activated at night, on dark roads (no street lights) and no vehicles nearby B: another car’s tail light is detected within a distance of less than 400 meters, or within a distance of no more than 800 meters When oncoming vehicles appear continuously, or when the vehicle enters a well-lit area, or a street light is detected, the system will not activate the high beam
IPA: Intelligent parking assist
intelligent parking assist (control assist term)
When the vehicle is parking, it automatically detects the parking space and provides the driver with auxiliary functions such as parking instructions and/or direction control.
ISLC: Intelligent Speed Limit Control
intelligent speed limit control (control auxiliary term)
Automatically obtain the speed limit information that the vehicle should comply with under the current conditions, and monitor and assist in controlling the speed of the vehicle in real time to keep it within the speed limit.
The Moblieye system can automatically detect the speed limit warning signs next to the highway and compare the speed information read from the vehicle’s CAN line. When it is determined that the vehicle is speeding, it will warn the driver of speeding through both sound and image methods.
ISLI: Intelligent Speed Limit Reminder
intelligent speed limit information (information auxiliary term)
Automatically obtain the speed limit information that the vehicle should comply with under the current conditions and monitor the speed of the vehicle in real time. When the speed of the vehicle does not meet or is about to exceed the speed limit range, prompt information will be issued in a timely manner.
LCC: Lane centering control
lane centering control (control auxiliary term)
Real-time monitoring of the relative position of the vehicle and the lane edge, continuous and automatic control of the lateral movement of the vehicle, so that the vehicle always drives in the center of the lane.
LCW: Lane change collision warning
lane changing warning (control auxiliary term)
During the lane change process, the adjacent lanes are monitored in real time, and warning messages are issued when other road users who may be in danger of colliding with the vehicle appear at the side and/or behind the vehicle.
LDP: Lane departure suppression
lane departure prevention (control auxiliary term)
Real-time monitoring of the relative position of the vehicle to the sideline of the lane, and control the lateral movement of the vehicle when the vehicle is about to deviate from the lane, assisting the driver to keep the vehicle in the original lane.
LDW: Lane Departure Warning
lane departure warning (information auxiliary term)
Real-time monitoring of the driving state of the vehicle in the lane, and warning information when there is or is about to appear an unintended lane departure.
LKA: Lane Keeping Assist
lane keeping assist (control assist term)
Real-time monitoring of the relative position of the vehicle to the sideline of the lane, continuous or when necessary, control the lateral movement of the vehicle to keep the vehicle in the original lane.
Mobileye system: activated when the vehicle speed is higher than 55km/h
MALSO: Low-speed driving assistance
maneuvering aid for low speed operation (information aid term)
When the vehicle is running at a low speed, it detects obstacles around it and provides the driver with images or warning information when the vehicle approaches the obstacle.
NV: night vision
night vision (information aid term)
Provide drivers with visual assistance or warning information at night or in other low-light driving environments.
PCW: Pedestrian collision warning
pedestrian collision warning
When calculating the tendency of the vehicle to collide with these objects, the Mobileye system will still issue high-frequency audible and visual alarms to warn the driver. Work at a speed of 1-50km/h, not work in dimly lit conditions
RCA: Reversing Assist
reversing condition assist (information assistance term)
When the vehicle is reversing, it monitors the environment behind the vehicle in real time and provides the driver with images or warning information.
RCTA: Tips for rear traffic
rear cross traffic alert (information auxiliary term)
When the vehicle is reversing, real-time monitoring of other road users approaching the rear of the vehicle, and issuing warning messages when a collision risk may occur.
RCW: backward collision warning
rear collision warning (information auxiliary term)
It monitors the environment behind the vehicle in real time, and sends out warning messages when there is a danger of rear collision.
RSU: Roadside unit
Road Side Unit
SBSD: Side blind spot monitoring
side blind spot detection (information auxiliary term)
Real-time monitoring of the side and rear blind areas of the driver’s field of vision, and prompts or warnings when other road users appear in the blind area.
STBSD: steering blind spot monitoring
steering blind spot detection (information assistance term)
During the turning process of the vehicle, real-time monitoring of the driver’s steering blind zone, and a warning message when other road users appear in the blind zone. TJA: Traffic jam assistance
TJA: Traffic jam assist
traffic jam assist (control assist term)
When the vehicle passes through the traffic congestion section at low speed, the driving environment in front of the vehicle and the adjacent lane is monitored in real time, and the vehicle is automatically controlled horizontally and longitudinally. The use of some functions requires the driver’s confirmation.
TSR: Traffic Sign Recognition
traffic signs recognition (information aid terms)
Automatically recognize the traffic signs of the road section of the vehicle and send out prompt messages.