How the lane centering assist works
Long and monotonous stretches, such as on the highway, can be tiring for the driver. The lane centering assist makes these kinds of journeys much more comfortable. The function actively positions and keeps the vehicle in its own lane to assist the driver, which makes driving much more comfortable and increases safety for all road users.
The function uses the multipurpose camera to detect lane boundaries, such as lane markings or structural boundaries alongside the vehicle. This determines the position of the vehicle within its own lane.
The system takes over the steering, keeping the vehicle continuously in the lane. The lane centering assist can be activated while driving and can be overridden by the driver at any time. The driver remains responsible for the driving task.
The lane centering assist (level 1) is part of the Bosch driving assist . This partially automated assistant (level 2) takes over the longitudinal and lateral control of the vehicle in certain scenarios, such as in tailbacks. To this end, the lane centering assist is combined with adaptive cruise control , thus providing additional functions that assist the driver and ensure greater safety.