Yasushi Aoyagi


In recent years, the safety technology of automobiles has evolved into the collision avoidance and the mitigation measures to prevent the occurrence of accidents. Among them, an Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) that secures safety by utilizing various sensors is expected to lead the future automated driving. In this ADAS, the peripheral monitoring radar is required to detect the obstacles behind the vehicle and the blind spots in the night time and in the bad weather. In this paper, we introduce the outlines of the “24 GHz band peripheral monitoring radar”, which full scale mass production was realized in Japan for the first time.

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