The Mercedes E-Class will arrive in spring 2016 will incorporate a new autonomous change assistant Lane called Active Lane Change Assist. The new generation Mercedes E-Class will be launched in spring 2016 and will incorporate a new attendee driving thought to increase levels of safety and comfort called Active Lane Change Assist.
Assistant Active Lane Change Assist which is a step toward autonomous driving is an evolution of the supervisory system of blind spot (Blind Spot Assist) and its more complex active variant (Active Blind Spot Assist) which acts on the brakes on one side of the car to change its trajectory as required. In both cases it comes to controlling the vehicles behind us by other lanes to warn in case of wanting to change lanes a vehicle is in the blind spot or is approaching for us to anticipate.
In the case of Active Lane Change Assist the Mercedes E-Class goes a step further towards semi-autonomous driving as it automatically runs the lane change maneuver taking into account traffic conditions and highway. The device relies on the radar sensor both the front as those in his backside bumper and the front stereo camera that already use other car attendants.
For the Active Lane Change Assist to function and perform an automatic lane change it is necessary that certain requirements are met. First the speed at which it circulates has to be between 80 and 180 km / h; the front camera has to detect the adjacent lane you want to spend; the navigation system has to inform the Assistant Active Lane Change Assist that we are on a highway or multi-lane highway; active lane keeping system must be activated; and finally the system has to verify that the lane you want to move will be free for at least three seconds.
To start the process the driver must turn the lever intermittently for more than two seconds and then the Active Lane Change Assist system takes care of rotating direction and take control of the car for the duration of the maneuver. It works the same way both to move into the left lane to overtake as to return to the original lane after making overtaking or changing into the right lane.
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