Brief: Automotive AEBS system is also known as Advanced Emergency Braking System. According to the new framework regulation of EU 2019/2144, starting from July 6, 2022, all new type of vehicles entering the EU market must be equipped with AEBS function. However, advanced emergency braking for pedestrians and bicycles will not be mandatory for new type of vehicles until July 7, 2024.
THE INTRODUCTION OF UN R152
The intention of this Regulation is to establish uniform provisions for Advanced Emergency Braking Systems (AEBS) fitted to motor vehicles of the Categories M1 and N1 primarily used within urban driving conditions.
The system shall automatically detect a potential forward collision, provide the driver with an appropriate warning and activate the vehicle braking system to decelerate the vehicle with the purpose of avoiding or mitigating the severity of a collision in the event that the driver does not respond to the warning.
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