ZF launches braking system and predictive cruise control at Chinese trade show19 April 2021
At the Auto Shanghai 2021 trade show, 21-28 April, ZF is planning to launch globally an advanced emergency braking system for commercial vehicles, OnGuardMAX, and debut it on Chinese roads.
The technology can identify and – if necessary – react precisely to a broad range of moving and stationary objects, including vehicles and pedestrians. OnGuardMAX can support the driver reliably in a variety of dangerous driving situations while helping to effectively reduce the risk of accidents.
In addition, ZF introduces OptiPace, a predictive economical cruise control system (PECC) that can anticipate and adapt the vehicle’s most economic speed based on the road topography ahead to help minimize fuel consumption, brake pad wear and emissions.
Also, ZF says that its Autonomous Driving Open Platform Technology (ADOPT) offers an efficient and flexible industry model for the development of autonomous driving applications for commercial vehicles. It translates instructions from the autonomous driving artificial intelligence into real vehicle motion commands by enabling the control of all relevant vehicle actuation systems.
It also launched the next generation of its ZF ProAI autonomous driving computer, which it says is suitable for any vehicle type and for all levels of automated or autonomous driving: from Level 2 to Level 5. ZF ProAI will go into serial production by 2024.
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