• Adaptive Cruise Control

What is Active Cruise Control?

Adaptive cruise control (ACC) is an intelligent form of cruise control that allows vehicles to speed up and slow down automatically in order to keep pace with the traffic ahead.

ACC is also known as autonomous cruise control, active cruise control, intelligent cruise control and radar cruise control. But regardless of what it’s called, it’s becoming an increasingly common feature in new cars.

Do you trust your car to slow down when approaching traffic?
Do you trust your car will brake if another car cuts in front of you?
Would you even attempt it on live roads

We will use Moshon Data's Flex-Moshon to demonstrate the following features around a perimeter test track: 

  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Distance Alert and Queue Assist
  • Car to Car Rear Auto Emergency Braking with a moving target
  • Car to Car Rear preselected distance to vehicle ahead 
  • Stop and Go