Can autonomous vehicles (AV) prevent road accidents?
Though a majority of accidents are caused by human error, AV systems are not 100% infallible yet. Having impaired automotive sensor perceptions could render active safety systems useless. In a worst-case scenario, this may even result in a collision. With the autonomous vehicles market poised to reach a tipping point by 2025, many ADAS and autonomous vehicle engineers are looking at new automotive sensor cleaning technologies to keep sensors free of dust, mud, bugs, and other road debris.
Also, the number of sensors in a vehicle is growing rapidly. This is due to the introduction of new safety regulations and the adoption of autonomous technologies in each vehicle class. Moreover, the importance of clean sensors will only increase as vehicles move toward higher levels of automation. Consider this: patent publications on automotive sensor cleaning technologies expanded at a CAGR of 21.02% during the 2016 – 2020 period.
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