Automotive Safety System
Because there is a visual blind spot in the rearview mirror of the car, vehicles with blind spots can not be seen before changing lanes. If there are overtaking vehicles in the blind zone, a collision accident will occur when the lane changes. In heavy rain, foggy weather, and dim light at night, it is more difficult to see the rear vehicles. At this time, the lane change is faced with greater danger. The blind spot monitoring system is created to solve the blind area of the rearview mirror.
The blind spot monitoring system is also called the line-assisted system, abbreviated as BSM or BLIS. It is a high-tech configuration of the safety category in the car. The main function is to eliminate the blind area of the rearview mirror and detect the blind area of the rearview mirror on both sides of the vehicle through the microwave radar. The overtaking vehicle in the vehicle reminds the driver so as to avoid an accident due to the blind spot of the rear view mirror during the lane changing process. Many models currently on the market have feature configurations for blind spot monitoring.