Traffic congestion at construction sites, road signs, merging traffic – the new Bosch stereo video camera captures a wide area in front of the vehicle and supplies all the necessary data to driver assistance systems.
The search is on in the world of commercial vehicles more than ever before for new ways not only to reduce the strain placed on the environment but to lower the costs in the operating budgets as well. Fuel optimization for commercial vehicles - this enables a new type of assistance system made by Bosch, whereby the focus is placed on optimized engine and transmission control on the basis of navigation data such as slopes or the shape of curves. Cleverly devised algorithms ensure that fuel consumption is reduced, which also serves to lower fuel costs and lessen CO2 emissions.
The Car Multimedia division at Bosch has developed the RNS 315 CN radio navigation system for the Volkswagen Group to cater for the specific requirements of the Chinese market. The system equipped with a color touch-screen display is easy to operate, calculates routes quickly, and provides reliable route guidance with visual and acoustic driving recommendations. Thanks to a phonetic system for transcribing Chinese characters called Pinyin First Letter Input, entering a destination in Chinese is incredibly easy too.
The Bosch stereo video cameras detect objects’ height and distance as well as capturing standard video images. This makes it possible to implement multiple assistance and safety functions with just one sensor.
Reversing out of a parking space can often be a risky undertaking, as drivers' vision is obstructed. Radar sensors mounted in the rear of the vehicle detect approaching traffic, allowing drivers to be warned in time.
Often, after a car accident, every second counts: With the new
eCall service, Bosch Communication Center makes a significant
contribution within the process chain of emergency call handling
The multilingual associates of the international service provider are available 24/7. They communicate both with the people involved in the accident and with the local authorities in the relevant languages.