Novel ams Capacitive Sensing Technology Provides More Reliable, Safer Solution for Hands-On Detection
United Nations Regulation 79 requires hands-on detection (HoD) in all new cars with a lane-keeping assist system, a provision already adopted by the EU for new-production vehicles as of April 1, 2021. This requirement is key to reliability and safety for ADAS. By implementing ams novel capacitive sensors that cannot be “fooled” in HoD applications, car manufacturers attain the highest standards of safety with a simple, single-component solution and at a comparatively low system cost. This webinar will explain why with comparable technologies as examples.
Attendees will learn:
- Demands of driver monitoring – HoD
- Capacitive presence sensing
- Application examples
- Supporting tools & collateral
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