Paper-05 | Reg. No.:20140305|DOI:V2I4P05
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL
TEJAS BAROT, ABHILASH JOSHI, ROHIT LAUNGANI, SAURABH WANI,Department of EXTC,Watumull Institute of Electronic Engineering and Computer Technology
There is perhaps no better symbol of the 21st century than the automobile. It is the dominant means of transport aspired to throughout the world. Technologies like Anti lock braking system and Vehicle stability Control System are being used to monitor vehicular safety. Similarly, a new type of speed control, called adaptive cruise control, is being used on some new model vehicles. Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) is an automotive feature that allows a vehicle’s cruise control system to adapt the vehicle’s speed to the traffic environment. It is basically an extension of conventional cruise control systems. These systems allow you to set a following distance, or time interval, between your vehicle and the vehicle ahead, as well as a maximum speed.