The Sensing 360 feature is Honda’s version of ADAS (Advanced Driver-Assistance System).
Honda has unveiled a new safety feature called ‘Sensing 360’. It is an omnidirectional safety and driver-assistance system, designed to eliminate blind spots. It also comes with a number of assistance features including a collision-avoidance system.
The new Honda Sensing 360 is said to be deployed in 2022, with China being the first market. The system will then be introduced in a phased manner across all major markets by 2030.
The system uses a total of 5 mmWAV radars, one at the front and one each on every corner. This is then augmented via a monocular camera which gives the driver a 360-degree view, eliminating blind spots in the process.
The Sensing 360 feature is Honda’s version of ADAS (Advanced Driver-Assistance System). Apart from blind spot elimination, the feature also offers collision avoidance, steering assistance, adaptive cruise control, low-speed follow, lane-keep assist and cornering speed assist.
Honda cars with the Sensing 360 feature will feature audio and visual warnings on the digital instrument cluster, in case the system recognises a risk of collision.
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