With automatic emergency braking on cyclists, car exit warning and predictive pedestrian protection, Bosch introduces driver assistance systems to complex urban traffic scenarios. These smart systems protect especially pedestrians and cyclists who are at most risk.Find out more
Adaptive cruise control (ACC), collision and blind spot assist represent a new level of safety for motorcyclists by supporting riders in critical situations and helping them to avoid accidents without compromising their riding enjoyment.Find out more
Bosch is extending its portfolio of assistance systems in the area of commercial vehicles and adapting tried-and-tested technology for cars to be used in heavy trucks, streetcars and even forklifts. For more comfort and safety.Find out more
Bosch is a one-stop supplier for all technologies for driver assistance systems, from individual components to complete systems. Alongside the powertrain, brakes, and steering, this includes sensor systems as well as internal and external vehicle connectivity. Driver assistance systems from Bosch and the technologies on which they are based are tried and tested, having already been used in volume-production vehicles for many years now. In 1995, for instance, Bosch introduced the electronic stability program (ESP®) to the market – one of the most important systems when it comes to driving safety. In combination with surround-sensor systems, it is also a key component for other technologies such as automatic emergency braking systems.
Bosch also utilizes this extensive expertise in the area of driver assistance, safety and automation for the development of future technologies which will make automated driving a reality within the next decade. Many Bosch locations around the world collaborate in the development of driver assistance systems, with Bosch represented by dedicated engineering teams in all key automotive markets.