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TECHNOLOGY Autonomous safety systems


Delphi’s unique MyFi® ‘Connecting with Safety’ system helps drivers stay focused on the road by managing the information available to drivers depending on the driving conditions


When information from the vehicle’s safety sensors indicates unsafe conditions -- lane drift, stopped traffic or driver drowsiness -- audible or visual warnings direct the driver’s attention back to the road


that more than half of global consum- ers (57 per cent) stated they would likely ride in a car controlled entirely by tech- nology that does not require a human driver. Extremely high levels of accept- ance were seen in Brazil at 95 per cent, India close behind at 86 per cent and China at 70 per cent. There will be several phases before


our highways see full automated driving. Each phase addresses different aspects that relate to vehicle safety, starting with introduction of technologies to mitigate driver distraction, to different levels of vehicle communication to enhance safety, followed by different degrees of automated driving. Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-


to-infrastructure (V2I) communication can extend the range of radar and cam- era sensors on vehicles today. This will allow vehicles to share traffic and road information in real-time with each other and the network, thus further expanding the “cocoon of safety” around the vehi- cle. Looking even further down the road, these systems will enable highway pla- tooning and fully autonomous driving. Delphi’s technologies have the capa-


bility to make automated driving hap- pen today. By working together with


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automakers, legislators and insurance companies, fully autonomous driving continues to move closer to becoming a reality. Through a holistic approach to safety, Delphi believes that the indus- try can make leaps to improving driver safety. Understanding and analyzing the environment inside and outside of the vehicle, and integrating these systems, is the smart way forward.


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 Jugal Vijayvargiya is President of Delphi’s Electronics & Safety Division. For more information contactMarie-Pierre Ygrié, Communications Manager


marie.pierre.ygrie@delphi.com  +33 (0)1 70 76 72 64  www.delphi.com


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