The places we frequent like the mall, gym, supermarkets, etc., seems to be getting busier by the day. Anything that helps to keep the driver, pedestrians, passengers and car safe, is a always a good thing. Reverse Automatic Emergency Braking (RAEB) is a type of advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) that is designed to help prevent rear-end collisions.
How does Reverse automatic emergency braking work?
This system uses sensors to detect when the vehicle is approaching a stationary object, such as another vehicle or a wall, and applies the brakes to reduce the speed of the vehicle, helping to avoid a collision.
RAEB can work either on its own or in conjunction with other safety systems, such as lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control, to help reduce the chance of a rear-end collision.