The LRR4 features optimum properties for recording the vehicle’s surroundings at higher speeds.
The near range radar (MRR rear) supervises the rear end of the vehicle.
The MRR is a bi-static multimodal radar with four independent receive channels and digital beam forming (DBF).
Vehicle computers and control units with artificial intelligence learn, make predictions and calculate driving strategies.
Front radar sensor is employed to realize driving functions that enhance comfort, convenience, safety, and enable automated driving.
Bosch enables the reliable implementation of driving maneuvers using smart vehicles with failsafe systems.
The corner radar sensor has been specially developed for advanced convenience and safety functions as well as for automated driving.
The ultrasonic sensor detects distances to obstacles and monitors the space during parking and maneuvering.
Vehicle sensors supply the data required for perception of the surroundings, vehicle localization and driver monitoring in automated cars.
Object detection and distance measurement for collision avoidance for mobile machinery