Our EB street director ADAS Provider allows safe, comfortable and economical driving by providing map and navigation data for further processes of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). Applications which benefit from EB street director ADAS Provider technology are:
- curve speed warning
- adaptive headlights
- transmission control
- adaptive cruise control and
- lane departure warning.
Use map information in your driver assistance applications
EB street director ADAS Provider is an interface, which provides access to information about route, current position and speed. It provides an ADAS horizon with map structure, too. Further ADAS attributes, e.g. geometry and curvature information are provided, too.
EB street director ADAS Provider retrieves precise geometry information about the road shape, e.g.
- road point coordinates
- curvature from road points and/or gdf
- absolute height and
- ADAS accuracy (if provided by map vendor).
EB street director ADAS Provider attributes give a detailed description of road segment properties, e.g.
- road type
- speed limits
- driver alerts (warning signs) and
- lane information.
ADAS horizon and position information
Geometry and attribute information for upcoming road segments is provided in form of an ADAS e-horizon. The choice of upcoming segments is based on the route or a MPP (most probable path) calculation. Current position and speed of car are provided frequently by EB street director ADAS MapInterface. The ADAS horizon is updated from time to time according to the car’s actual position.
You’ll benefit from using EB street director ADAS Provider, because
- it supports both embedded and PC systems
- it offers efficient integration of R&D and predevelopment results
- it supports map data from different map suppliers (e.g. Navteq, Teleatlas)
- it allows easy integration of ADAS application’s results within EB street director user interface.
ADASIS Forum membership
EB is member of the ADASIS Forum. Set up in 2002, the ADASIS Forum is a self-funded industry-driven initiative that aims to:
- Develop and maintain standardized interface specifications between ADAS applications and map data sources
- Support implementation of map-based and map-supported ADAS applications