Security system based on
driver assistance.


Azimut's security systems are based on Artificial Intelligence AI. Precision is the main characteristic of these systems, thanks to the development of algorithms based on Deep Learning, and therefore to the continuous improvement of performance. 95% of accidents could be avoided if the driver is warned 3 seconds before a dangerous situation occurs. Azimut puts at the service of users advanced security systems that offer the driver those few seconds of margin that allow him to make safe decisions.

Through the camera sensors, whether in day or night conditions
different elements that make up the traffic are detected.

Pedestrian detection
(PCW, Pedestrian Collision Warning)

When the System detects pedestrians in front of the vehicle, it warns the driver by means of an acoustic and a visual signal that is reproduced in the warning device that the driver has at his disposal on the dashboard.
It allows the driver to make correct decisions and avoid risky situations avoiding a run over.

Lane warning system
(LDW, Lane Departure Warning)

The cameras continuously detect the road markings on the road whether they are continuous or discontinuous. When the driver changes lanes without having used the turn signals, the system understands that the change has been inadvertent, and warns the driver. It warns of a possible risk and allows decisions to be made to rectify the trajectory of the vehicle and avoid an accident.

Distance control.
(HMW, Headway Monitoring Warning)

Azimut's ADAS System continuously detects and measures the distance from the vehicle itself to the other vehicles in front of it. A two-digit number is displayed that reflects the progress, in seconds, of the vehicle in front. Only values of 2.5 seconds or less are displayed. Green indicates safe progress, red indicates unsafe progress.

Insufficient braking distance alert.
(FCW, Forward Collision Warning)

The device alerts with icons and a sound when the limit braking distance is less than that set in the vehicle. The Driver has a screen that emits alert sounds and shows icons with the different situations described simultaneously:
vehicle distance, speed limit sign, pedestrian collision warning, DSM alarm, etc.


The ADAS System uses a front camera and an AI processor that collects the camera images and processes them to predict risk situations and generate an alert on the small R-Watch mounted on the dashboard, which shows the nature of the danger detected in screen and emits an acoustic alert.


The AZIMUT BUS BRAIN platform allows you to efficiently manage all the information generated by the different safety systems installed in the vehicle, on the routes and throughout the fleet.
The platform is designed to improve service efficiency and improve safety on board, according to the real demands of the service in terms of driver behavior.


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