What is ADAS?

Advanced driver assistance systems(ADAS) is a term that covers a range of technologies that assist drivers in various situations, such as adaptive cruise control (ACC), automatic emergency braking (AEB), lane departure warning (LDW), blind spot detection (BSD), moving object detection (MOD), around view monitoring (AVM), night vision system (NVS), rear collision warning (RCW), and light imaging detection and ranging (LIDAR).

ACC is a system that automatically adjusts the vehicle speed to maintain a safe distance from the vehicle in front. 

AEB is a system that automatically applies the brakes when it detects an imminent collision with another vehicle, pedestrian, or obstacle. 

LDW is a system that warns the driver when the vehicle is drifting out of its lane without signaling.

BSD is a system that warns the driver of vehicles or objects in the blind spots of the rear and side mirrors.

MOD is a system that warns the driver of moving objects around the vehicle, such as pedestrians, cyclists, animals, or other vehicles.

AVM is a system that provides a 360-degree view of the surroundings of the vehicle by stitching together images from multiple cameras mounted on the front, rear, and sides of the vehicle. 

NVS is a system that enhances the visibility of the road ahead in low-light or dark conditions by using infrared or thermal cameras to detect heat signatures of objects and display them on a screen. 

RCW is a system that warns the driver of vehicles approaching from behind when reversing or changing lanes.

LIDAR is a system that uses laser pulses to measure the distance and shape of objects around the vehicle. 

These are some of the ADAS that are available in modern vehicles. They can help to improve driving safety, comfort, and efficiency by assisting drivers in various situations. However, they are not meant to replace human drivers or their judgment. Drivers should always pay attention to the road and follow traffic rules while using these systems.