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A systematic review on the autonomous emergency steering assessments and tests methodology in ASEAN

Rasmana, Susijanto Tri and Adiputra, Dimas and Yahya, Wira Jazair and Abdul Rahman, Mohd. Azizi and Dwijotomo, Abdurahman and Mohammed Ariff, Mohd. Hatta and Abu Husain, Nurulakmar (2021) A systematic review on the autonomous emergency steering assessments and tests methodology in ASEAN. Journal of the Society of Automotive Engineers Malaysia (JSAEM), 5 (2). pp. 185-193. ISSN 2600-8092


Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.56381/jsaem.v5i2.163


Safety should be the top priority for any automaker - because traffic accidents roughly killed 1.4 million people worldwide, ranking tenth on the World Health Organization's list of leading causes of death. Two decades ago, the focus was on passive safety, where it helps vehicle occupants to survive the crash. However, the frontier in safety innovation has moved beyond airbags and side-impact protection. Today, the frontier is active safety for preventing collisions before they occur. In Euro NCAP 2025 Roadmap, this active safety frontier falls under the primary safety and has become one of the overall safety rating initiatives toward safer cars. The primary safety features four technologies to be assessed, including driver monitoring (2020), automatic emergency steering (2020, 2022), autonomous emergency braking (2020, 2022), and V2x (2024). However, this initiative is partially encapsulated in the ASEAN NCAP Roadmap 2021-2025 under – 'Safety Assist' technological feature. For instance, in the new roadmap, ASEAN NCAP only focuses on Auto Emergency Braking (AEB) technology. This AEB is a feature to alert drivers to an imminent crash and help them use the car's maximum capacity. Therefore, as benchmarked to the EURO NCAP, this paper comprehensively reviews the AES demand, assessments, control, and testing methodology and can be further developed to consolidate for the ASEAN NCAP safety rating schemes.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:active safety, autonomous emergency steering, assessment scenario, ASEAN NCAP, front collision avoidance
Subjects:T Technology > TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery
T Technology > TL Motor vehicles. Aeronautics. Astronautics
Divisions:Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology
ID Code:97803
Deposited By: Yanti Mohd Shah
Deposited On:02 Nov 2022 17:35
Last Modified:02 Nov 2022 17:35

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