Veoneer has launched its suite of collision-mitigation technology on the fully electric Polestar 2.
A key component of the suite includes the fourth-generation mono-vision system, 77GHz front radar, and a state-of-the-art ADAS ECU.
The Polestar 2 is the first vehicle to use the sensor fusion software platform for features including object detection, lane keeping aid, forward collision-warning, adaptive cruise control, autonomous emergency braking and traffic assist.
Veoneer’s front 77GHz radar unit and windshield-mounted mono-vision camera keep the Polestar 2’s eyes on the road and help it take preventative measures. It looks out for everything from stationary vehicles to pedestrians, warning the driver and automatically braking if required.
The fourth generation of mono-vision has a 100° field of view and 1.7MP resolution to support ADAS features necessary for a five star Euro NCAP safety rating.
The system has fully integrated hardware and algorithms using deep learning technologies that identift objects including cars, road markings or road signs.
Jan Carlson, chairman, president and CEO of Veoneer, said, “We are excited to start deliveries of Veoneer’s fourth-generation mono-vision cameras, upgraded 77GHz radars, ADAS ECUs and industry-leading feature software on the all-new Polestar 2, allowing drivers to interact with the Polestar and its surroundings in an advanced new way.”