Starkenn ARAS

Overview

Almost all vehicle accidents are caused by human error, which can be avoided with advanced rider Assistance Systems (ARAS). The role of ARAS is to prevent deaths and injuries by reducing the number of two-wheeler accidents and the serious impact of those that cannot be avoided.

ARAS uses sensors in the vehicle such as radar and cameras to perceive the world around it, and then either provides information to the driver or takes automatic action based on what it perceives. ARAS features that provide information will most commonly include “warning” in the name.

FEATURES

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Navigation System

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Blind Spot Monitoring

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Automatic Emergency Braking

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Driver Drowsiness Detection

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Pedestrian detection

How does it work?

Automobiles are the foundation of the next generation of mobile-connected devices, with rapid advances being made in autonomous vehicles. These Two-Wheeler use a variety of these applications and technologies to gain 360-degree vision, both near (in the vehicle’s immediate vicinity) and far. That means hardware designs are using more advanced process nodes to meet ever-higher performance targets while simultaneously reducing demands on power and footprint.

FAQ's

ARAS uses sensors in the vehicle such as radar and cameras to perceive the world around it, and then either provides information to the driver or takes automatic action based on what it perceives.

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) have the potential to greatly improve roadway safety. They work by alerting or assisting drivers to prevent or mitigate crashes.

ARAS (Advanced Rider Assistant System) is a system on some dashcams that alarms the driver in certain critical situations.This system gives a warning when a vehicle in front is approached at high speed.

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