In order to determine the
optimal value of key parameters of automatic emergency braking (AEB) system, an
optimization method based on real accident simulation is proposed. Accident reconstruction of
65 car to electric-two-wheeler collision accidents was carried out by using
to the different parameter values of AEB system radar, the virtual accident
reconstruction results are obtained. The optimal value of key
AEB parameters was determined by comparing the accident avoidance rate. The results show that: based on these 65 real
rear end collisions, the final optimization results of the radar detection
angle and detection distance in the AEB system are 90° and 120 m respectively.
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