Driving Support System Description - Overview
Integrated Driver Support System
This vehicle is equipped with the integrated driver support system, which analyzes information from the monocular camera
(multipurpose camera) and millimeter wave radar in a comprehensive manner to recognize an object. The millimeter wave radar
analyzes and processes the image of the monocular camera and information for control.
Roles of Each Function
The integrated Driver Support System has three main categories of functions: Safety, Comfort and Lighting control functions. When
the integrated driver support system detects a hazard, an alarm and/or warning notification is triggered. The system provides safety
functions that perform a hazard evasion assistance if the driver does not (or cannot) respond to the warning notification or alarm. The
system also provides comfort and lighting control functions controlling the vehicle behavior according to the road conditions to assist
Safety Functions Comfort Functions Lighting Control Function
CMBS, Road Departure Mitigation
ACC with Low Speed Follow, LKAS Auto High-Beam
The function is ON all the time (can be
turned off by switch operation)
The function is selectable by the user The function is ON by turning the
combination light switch to the AUTO
Operational priority of each function
Operation priority of each function is set among systems. The CMBS gets activated when a risk of collision becomes greater while the
CC control is in operation. Once the CMBS becomes active, the ACC will be cancelled. When the RDM System is activated, its
operation has higher priority than LKAS. Between CMBS and RDM System, the brake control of the CMBS has higher priority.
Operation of the Millimeter Wave Radar
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