No blind spots in Honda cars: new safety system enters the market

The complex now controls not only the space in front of and behind the car, but also in all directions — 360 degrees.

Japanese automaker Honda has introduced the Honda SENSING 360 safety and driver assistance system, which is capable of eliminating blind spots for the driver. Those. Driving assistants now work in a circle to effectively help prevent accidents.

The complex now controls not only the space in front of and behind the car, but also in all directions — 360 degrees. Whereas previously the system was limited to a monocular camera, now there are five millimeter-wave radars in each corner of the car and in the front. These improvements were made possible after the accumulation of knowledge and know-how in the course of research into autonomous driving technologies of the 3rd level, the maximum for production vehicles at the moment.

In addition, the new generation Honda SENSING includes:

The updated Honda SENSING 360 will appear first on vehicles for the Chinese market — this will happen in 2022. And by 2030, the new complex should appear on all models in major markets. The start of the global scaling of the system looks belated, because by this time many automakers and governments expect to bring serial drones to the road.

As of the present, the Honda complex is considered rather weak in terms of efficiency. US Consumer Union after many