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Research: Autonomous emergency braking system can reduce accident rate and severity

Research: Autonomous emergency braking system can reduce accident rate and severity

Research in the USA has revealed that the autonomous emergency braking system, which has been used in vehicles in recent years, can reduce approximately 50 percent of the accidents in which vehicles hit other vehicles from behind and more than 40 percent in pickup truck accidents.

Publish Date: 15/11/22 15:09
Update Date: 15/11/22 15:28
reading time: 3 min.
Research: Autonomous emergency braking system can reduce accident rate and severity
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Two new studies were conducted by the "Traffic Safety Analytical Research Partnership (PARTS)" and the "Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS)" using accident data.

It was stated that the autonomous emergency braking system can stop the vehicles, slow down or reduce the severity of the accident if the accident approaches.

Within the scope of the research conducted by PARTS, 12 million accident reports were examined in 13 states of the USA.

It was determined that the rate of collision with the vehicle in front of the vehicles with braking and warning systems was 49 percent less and the accidents resulting in injury were 53 percent less than the vehicles without similar systems.

In another study conducted by IIHS, it was seen that the accident rate was 43 percent lower and the accidents resulting in injury were 42 percent lower in pickup trucks with autonomous emergency braking systems.

In both studies, it was revealed that the autonomous emergency braking system, which has been used in vehicles in recent years, can reduce approximately 50 percent of accidents in which vehicles hit other vehicles from behind and more than 40 percent in pickup truck accidents.

THE USE OF AUTONOMOUS EMERGENCY BRAKING SYSTEM IS EXPANDING

It is stated that the autonomous emergency braking system, the use of which has increased worldwide in recent years, should be in 95 percent of light commercial vehicles as of August 2023.

Brands such as BMW, Hyundai, Mazda, Subaru, Tesla, Toyota and Volvo have been using the autonomous emergency braking system in 90 percent of their vehicles since last year.

Mitsubishi, Ford, Mercedes-Benz, Stellantis, Volkswagen and Honda announced that they have standardized the system in 90 percent of their vehicle models this year.

Explaining that 73 percent of 2022 model vehicles have the said system, General Motors reported that their target for 2023 is 90 percent.

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