The EU Commission published 2 Regulations in the Official Journal that implement 2 aspects of 661/2009 – General Safety Regulation;
The regulations are applicable to M2, N2, M3 & N3 category vehicles.
AEBS employ sensors to monitor the proximity of the vehicle in front and detect situations where the relative speed and distance between the two vehicles suggest that a collision is imminent. In such a situation, emergency braking can be automatically applied to avoid the collision or at least to mitigate its effects.
Vehicles will require a LDWS that detects when the vehicle deviates from the lane or is about to deviate and warns the driver with an acoustic, optical or haptic warning.