Driver assistance system
The Azimut blind spot detection (BSD) system is based on the AI Active Safety System, which detects pedestrians, cyclists and other moving objects in real time within the areas which are not visible to the driver and which are of greater risk of accident, using infrared sensors with advanced artificial intelligence, both during the day and at night.
AI detection of human forms
Alert management based on distance
Night and daytime operating modes
Azimut BSD is a full driver assistance system which offers information on what is happening in critical areas of large sized vehicles in real time.
The system identifies pedestrians, cyclists and motorists in a risky situation for driving, helping the driver to make safe decisions.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
> The Azimut BSD (Blind Spot Detector) is a system based on infrared sensors which determine the position of road users and which calculates the time until a potential collision occurs.
> Thanks to Artificial Intelligence, the system distinguishes between hazardous and non-hazardous situations with great precision.
> It uses automatic learning, artificial neural networks and imaging techniques to detect hazardous situations far earlier than was previously possible.
> It offers the driver all information and the necessary time to manoeuvre safely.
THE AZIMUT BSD SYSTEM CAN BE FULLY CONFIGURED TO ADAPT TO THE NEEDS OF THE VEHICLE AND THE DRIVER.
Two areas of action are established, configured taking the distance from the vehicle into account:
> In area 1, the system alerts the driver of a potential risk, showing an image on the screen with a yellow box around the pedestrian.
> In area 2, the system emits a sound in the driver’s cabin, shows a visual alert marking the object on camera with a red box, and also emits a sound on the side of the vehicle alerting the pedestrian to danger.
AZIMUT LIVE VIEW PLATFORM
> The on-board server can be connected to the Azimut Live View platform by Wi-Fi or 4G.
> The system sends recordings of different situations automatically to the central servers.
> In this way, any person with credentials and an internet connection can access:
> Live images from the cameras.
> Videos recorded on the vehicles.
> The alerts generated by the BSD, ADAS and DSM systems.
BSD (Blind Spot Detection)
Information technology equipment Radio disturbance characteristics Limits and methods of measurement
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 3-2 & 3-3
Information technology equipment Immunity characteristics Limits and methods of measurement
IEC 60529:1989+A1:1999+A2: 2013; GB 4208-2008
Protection provided by enclosures for electrical equipment
EN 50155:2007 EN 600-2-1:2007
Railway applications. Electronic equipment
EN 50121-3-2: 2015
Railway applications. Electromagnetic compatibility