40 countries by Japan and the European Union but not the United State or China have agreed to require new cars with Automatic Car Breaking system. Because they provide light commercial vehicles equipped with the automated braking system starting as soon as possible.
The regulation will require all of the vehicle arranged with the technology by which sensors work as how close a pedestrian or object. The system can trigger breaks automatically if a collision occurs if the driver doesn’t act in this resonance.
The measure will apply to vehicles at “low speeds” – 60 Km per hours or maybe less, it only affects new cars sold in the market in many countries so that car owner won’t be required to retrofit their car and truck on the road today.
The china, US, and India are the members of the UN forum that adopt this new regulation. However, they didn’t take part in the rumors because they want to sure yourself by national regulations keep precedence over the UN when it comes to the industry.
Automatic Braking System:
In 2016 round about 20 automakers sign the agreement with the US government to put automatic braking system in all new vehicles by September 2022. In most of the recent ears the report on safety technology from 2017, the National Highway Safety Administration said that 20 automakers from Tesla, Benz, Toyota, Honda, Volvo made automatic braking system.
Highway Loss Data Institute shows that 28 % of 2019 US models have a standard emergency braking system. The executive director of Jason Levine of a nonprofit center for auto safety said that the lack of US participation in the UN group feels uncomfortable for a country that led in auto safety sector.
He also said on Tuesday that, “It is another indication of the auto industry in the US and Trump administration. When it comes to the safety of everyone on the road”.
A message from the NHTSA, the US highway safety agency. The requirements efforts start firstly in the Japan, where 4 million cars and commercial vehicles sold in 2018, said by the spokesperson of agency United Nations Economic Commission of Europe Jean Rodriguez.
The European Union and some of its closest neighboring countries are expected to follow this in 2022. The UNECE says the company who took interest in this deal, they become more pro-active in fighting roadway accidents, particularly in an urban setting like the obstacles for pedestrians, bicycles, scooters and other cars.
The agency pointed 9500 roadway deaths in the EU in 2016, and the EU commission estimates that braking system now saves from accidents and from many deaths. The regulation might take forward step towards artificial intelligence procedure over humans. The drafters put clear points in the speech that: a driver can control and override these automated braking system at any time, a steering action or accelerator kick-down.
The new rules by UNECE that the existing UN rules on the braking system for trucks and buses mainly for high speed on the motorway.