Honda unveils Honda SENSING 360 driver-assist system, plans to be included on entire lineup by 2030

Honda unveiled their new driver-assistive and omnidirectional safety system called Honda SENSING 360. The system removes blind spots, avoids collisions, and restricts the driver burden while operating the vehicle.

The new system improves the already existing driver-assistive system by increasing sensors to cover the entire car instead of just the front and rear.

Honda Sensing 360
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The system will launch in 2022 for the Chinese market. Other markets will receive the system in a staggered roll-out. While the goal of the company is to have the entire Honda line-up operating with the system by 2030.

The new system uses the current monocular camera of the Honda SENSING system while also adding five units of millimetre-wave radar around the vehicle.

For the software development, Honda leveraged its knowledge that was amassed through research and development of its Level 3 automated driving technologies.

  • Advancement of Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS)
  • Front Cross Traffic Warning
  • Land Change Collision Mitigation
  • Active Lane Change Assist
  • Cornering Speed Assist
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