Volvo Unveils The world-first Cyclist Detection System at 2013 Geneva Motor Show

The world-first cyclist detection system The world-first cyclist detection system by Volvo

The best car is not about style, luxury ,  performance and affordable but the the best car always offers you the best safety features means the best always promising you trouble free safe ride. Keeping the same though,  Swedish auto manufacturer Volvo  invented the new innovative safety feature, a world-first cyclist detection system and revealed at the 2013 Geneva motor show. This  system will be available across Volvo’s range from mid-May, including the new Volvo V40.

The world-first cyclist detection system combines detection and auto brake technology which can  detect objects in front of the car and determine their type and distance via a radar unit integrated into the car’s grille, a camera fitted in front of the interior rear-view mirror and a central control unit.

According to Volvo ” if a cyclist traveling in the same direction as the car suddenly swerves out in front of the vehicle as it approaches from behind, and the system deems that a collision is imminent, a warning is issued and full braking power is automatically applied. (Caradvice).

At last I would like to say that the new world-first cyclist detection system born to give you trouble free safe ride not only to users but also commuters. What you think? Please be open to give your view.