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The right braking system for all requirements – conventional drives, hybrid drives, electric drives, and automated driving
Active wheel-speed sensors detect the rotational wheel speed of vehicles using a non-contacting measurement principle.
The iBooster is a vacuum-independent and electromechanical brake booster.
With innovative technologies and smart driver assistance systems, Bosch is gradually bringing automated driving to the roads.
Fills the sensor gap and enables automated driving
Bosch’s vision is zero-accident mobility. One of the most important drivers for this is the automation.
The integrated power brake combines brake force boosting and ESP® functionality in a single unit.
The airbag control unit AB premium is a central, scalable integration platform for software and sensor components.
Inertial sensors are used to calculate the relative position of the vehicle. This is needed for bridging a lack of satellite and surround information.
Vehicle sensors supply the data required for perception of the surroundings, vehicle localization and driver monitoring in automated cars.