The ADAS technology used by Mazda includes many advanced driver assistance systems designed to improve driving safety and comfort. Some major ADAS technologies include:
① i-ACTIVSENSE driving assistance system: This is Mazda’s comprehensive active safety technology, including intelligent braking support, intelligent city braking support, forward collision warning, intelligent braking assistance and other functions, designed to help drivers avoid collisions and mitigate Impact of collision.
② Mazda Radar Cruise Control System (MRCC): This is an adaptive cruise control system that uses radar technology to maintain a safe distance between vehicles and adjust vehicle speed according to traffic flow to improve the comfort and safety of highway driving.
③ Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS): This technology helps the vehicle stay in its lane and provides warnings when it deviates from the lane without permission. It helps reduce driver fatigue and improves safety in long-distance driving.
④ Intelligent headlight control system: This technology uses cameras and sensors to automatically adjust the brightness and angle of the vehicle's headlights to adapt to different driving conditions and improve visibility and safety during night driving.
⑤ Rear Cross Traffic Alert System (RCTA): This system monitors rear cross traffic when the vehicle is in reverse and alerts the driver through visual or auditory warnings, helping to reduce the risk of accidents while reversing.
① Preliminary inspection and preparation: Technicians will first conduct a preliminary inspection of the vehicle to ensure that the vehicle and calibration equipment are in appropriate condition and that safe operating procedures are followed.
② Calibration equipment setup: Next, they will set up the calibration equipment and place it in a specific location to ensure that it maintains an accurate position and angle with the vehicle's cameras and sensors.
③ Calibration mode selection: In the calibration software, technicians will select the appropriate calibration mode to calibrate various sensors on the vehicle according to the manufacturer's guidance and technical specifications.
④ Calibration execution: Once the calibration mode selection is completed, technicians will adjust and calibrate the cameras, radars and other sensors on the vehicle according to the guidance of the software to ensure their precise alignment and normal operation.
⑤ Calibration confirmation and testing: After completing the calibration process, technicians will conduct final calibration confirmation and testing to ensure that all ADAS systems can accurately recognize and respond to various driving scenarios and work as expected.
⑥ Calibration report and records: Finally, the technician will generate a detailed calibration report recording all calibration steps and results for future reference and maintenance purposes.
During the entire calibration process, ensure that it is performed strictly by the manufacturer's recommendations and technical specifications, and is completed by specially trained technicians using dedicated calibration equipment and tools to ensure the accuracy and stability of the calibration.
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Mazda strives for improvement and innovation in ADAS technology, aiming to improve driving safety, comfort and fun. In the future, Mazda may take the following measures to promote the development of its ADAS technology:
① AI and machine learning integration: Mazda may integrate artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technology to enable its ADAS system to more intelligently identify and adapt to different driving scenarios, further improving safety and driving pleasure.
② Augmented reality driving display: Mazda is expected to introduce augmented reality driving display technology to project key driving information into the driver's field of vision, providing more intuitive and comprehensive driving information, thereby improving driving experience and safety.
③ Automated driving technology: Mazda may strengthen its research and development of automated driving technology and launch higher-level autonomous driving functions to provide a more convenient and safer driving experience and cope with different traffic and road conditions in the future.
④ Sensor technology innovation: Mazda may improve its sensor technology, including cameras, radars and ultrasonic sensors, to improve its recognition and perception capabilities, thereby improving the vehicle's responsiveness and safety in complex driving scenarios.