Car Safety Systems Car Safety Systems include two categories: Passive Safety features (e. g. Airbags, Seatbelts, Bodystructure ...) help people stay alive and uninjured in a crash, and Active Safety features (e. g. Advanced Driver Asistance Systems) that help drivers avoid accidents. Automobile safety is the study and practice of vehicle design, construction, and equipment to minimize the occurrence and consequences of automobile accidents.   Improvements in roadway and automobile designs have steadily reduced injury and death rates in all first world countries. Nevertheless, auto collisions are sometimes cause of injury-related deaths. Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are designed to actively support the driver in the primary driving task to either increase comfortable or safe driving. They inform and warn the driver, provide feedback on driver actions, increase comfort and reduce the workload by actively stabilising or manoeuvring the car. ADAS require the detection and evaluation of the vehicle environment with the respective sensors and a complex signal processing depending on the driving task to be supported. This also includes collection and evaluation of infrastructure data if available. Andreas Gruber Links Ethik & Werte Coach & Mediator Rosenheim Kontakt Coach & Mediator in Rosenheim Copyright © www.AccidentAnalysis.de „Safety Systems are complex ..." Involved in an accident? Technical questions about advanced automotive safety systems? Ethik & Werte Ethik & Werte AccidentAnalysis AccidentAnalysis AccidentAnalysis AccidentAnalysis Links Ethik & Werte AccidentAnalysis