Cars are becoming smarter and more software-driven due to the accelerated integration of digital technologies. As a result, automakers are increasingly looking for cost-effective and sustainable advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to deliver vehicles with features that can exceed consumer expectations in the foreseeable future.

From high-precision object detection, blind sport warning, and automatic emergency braking to driver alertness monitoring, automatic speed adaptation, and adjustable lighting, ADAS can enable partially automated mobility while avoiding accidents and making driving safer, easier, and more comfortable even in dense traffic.

Finding the best-advanced driver assistance systems companies

As the advanced driver assistance systems market expands, Just Auto has listed some of the leading ADAS suppliers based on its intel, insights and decades-long experience in the sector.

The list includes suppliers of intelligent sensors, cameras, advanced software, hardware, artificial intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity solutions required for the complete architecture of ADAS.

The list also includes developers of next-generation ADAS platforms, upon which automakers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) can innovate and deliver more advanced driver assistance features in a cost-effective manner.

The information contained within the document is meant for automotive and mobility industry leaders, designers, engineers, consultants, system integrators, technicians, service managers and mechanics, and other automotive industry executives and technology leaders involved in automotive design, production, system integration, and servicing.

The download contains detailed information on ADAS solutions suppliers and their product lines, along with contact details to aid your purchasing or partnering decision.

Types of advanced driver assistance systems

Advanced driving assistance systems and solutions used for automotive applications include, but are not limited to:

  • Automated parking assistance system
  • Automatic emergency braking
  • Front/side/corner radar sensors
  • Automotive light detection and ranging (LiDAR) scanners
  • Vehicle multi-camera systems
  • Supercomputers and intelligent electronic control units
  • Advanced driver assistance software solutions
  • Interior monitoring systems
  • Blind spot warning and lane assist solutions
  • Pedestrian detection and night vision solutions, and
  • ADAS integration and validation services