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Driver Assistance Sensors give new possibilities for industrial applications

Driver Assistance Sensors give new possibilities for industrial applications

Continental is a global market leader for driver assistance systems. More than one million Continental sensors worldwide of the division Chassis & Safety are used for monitoring the road traffic in cars, for measurement of distances and velocities of other traffic, for recognition of lane markings, headlights or traffic signs, These sensors are characterized by their robust design and high level of stability under load. With these outstanding properties the sensors present an optimum solution for the industrial sector.

ARS 300 Long Range Radar Sensor 77 GHz

ARS 300  Long Range Radar Sensor 77 GHz

The rugged ARS 300 sensor from A.D.C. measures independent the distance and velocity (Doppler's principle) with a real time scanning.

ARS 404-21 Long Range Radar 77 GHz “Entry”

ARS 404-21 Long Range Radar 77 GHz “Entry”

The rugged ARS 404-21 sensor from A.D.C. measures independent the distance and velocity (Doppler's principle) to objects without reflector...

ARS 408-21 Long Range Radar 77 GHz "Premium"

ARS 408-21 Long Range Radar 77 GHz 'Premium'

The rugged ARS 408-21 sensor from A.D.C. measures independent the distance and velocity (Doppler's principle) to objects...

SRR 20X Short Range Radar Sensor 24 GHz

SRR 20X Short Range Radar Sensor 24 GHz

The very rugged SRR 20X sensor from A.D.C. measures independent the distance and velocity (Doppler’s principle) in a wide Field of View.

Continental Radar PLC

Continental Radar PLC

A very useful tool for testing and evaluating in single and small series application.

SRL 1 Short Range Lidar (Infrared sensor)

SRL 1  Short Range Lidar (Infrared sensor)

The rugged SRL 1 sensor from A.D.C. measures the distance to objects without reflector by using time of flight with a very high repetition rate.

ASL 360

ASL 360

The world's first ever stand-alone system for industrial vehicles offering the operator a bird's eye real-time view of the vehicle and its surroundings.