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Together with the developing technology, we encounter a different and new product every day in every aspect of our lives. Especially in the automotive sector which has a very important place in the world, driver oriented and comfort enhancing new technologies are becoming more popular. The cruise control equipment we have used for many years has now been transformed into a much smarter system and has been upgraded to adaptive cruise control (ACC). The ACC system is able to adjust your speed, like the traditional cruise control, as well as the speed of your traffic. Although this technology makes the traditional cruise control system more useful, it is also a step closer to the future autonomous driving.
How does it work?

Although the brands that develop this system have different names, it is based on the fact that the system automatically increases or decreases the speed of the vehicle according to the vehicles around. To accomplish this, your vehicle must be able to recognize the surrounding vehicles and detect potential obstacles. This is only possible by means of sensors to be installed in the vehicle. Most ACC systems use radars, lasers and cameras around the vehicle as sensors. These sensors communicate with a computer that can control the vehicle's gas and brake, so your vehicle adjusts its speed according to the vehicles around it. In most ACC systems, traffic can be reduced to a certain speed in the event of jamming and deceleration, while at a certain speed the system is disengaged and leaves the control on the drive. Some advanced ACC models have the ability to completely stop and move the vehicle again, even if the traffic is trapped and stopped.

What should you do?

The use of the adaptive cruise control system is similar to the use of conventional cruise control. The system is activated when the desired speed is reached. For this, most vehicles use the keyword ’Set Bun. Use the ‘+ azalt and ızı - ile buttons to increase or decrease your speed. Unlike standard cruise control, you have to set the distance between the vehicle in front of you and the distance you follow. In general, three distance levels (short, medium, long) are offered. Then the system will start.

If the vehicle in front of your vehicle will slow down, your vehicle will slow down and your vehicle will accelerate until you reach the speed you set earlier. Most ACC systems are now so good that even when a vehicle breaks, the system can detect and brake suddenly. However, it is advisable not to separate your attention from the road and the vehicles around you.

Adaptive speed control systems are planned to be offered even in lower class vehicles in the coming years. As the system becomes widespread, prices become more reasonable and thus become cheaper. Although the reliability of the system has been tested, it may be risky to use your vehicle with this system under unfavorable driving conditions, for example in heavy rain.
In the near future, perhaps driverless vehicles will be seen and autonomous driving will be possible. The sensor technology used for the ACC system will be one of the most important building blocks for autonomous driving. A ride that can also be made with ACC is actually a process of autonomous driving technology. For the moment, full autonomous driving, ie driverless travel is not possible. It should be noted that technological new systems such as the ACC are there to help the driver not to use the vehicle for you. If you have the possibility, we recommend you to choose ACC as a system that will allow you to relax on your long journeys and reduce the potential for accidents. Pleasant driving.

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