Built -in speed limit? This is really behind the new EU system

Intelligent Speed Assistance Isa

New car now with a built -in speed limit? This is really behind the new EU system

Built -in speed limit? This is really behind the new EU system-speed
Manufacturer / press inform More and more assistance systems are supposed to make driving safer – but also check the driver. In the future the "Speed brake" Isa mandatory for new cars

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From 6. In July 2022, an EU regulation comes into force, according to which new vehicle types have to be equipped with the intelligent speed assistance system (ISA). But what exactly does the new pace brake mean for the driver? Site explains Isa.

The EU’s pace brake is not the only one, but probably the hottest surveillance technology that will have to have new cars on board in the future. Site explains what the "Intelligent Speed Assistance" (Isa) is all about.

What is the EU regulation about?

The Regulation (EU) 2019/2144 has the goal of significantly reducing the road dead and violating accidents at high speed due to accidents. According to the Federal Statistical Office, in 2018 on streets with speed limitation at just under half of the fatally crashed (61 out of 123 accident deaths), the cause was the cause. That is why the intelligent speed assistance system (ISA) is introduced. According to various studies, a reduction of these accidents by ten to 20 percent is possible if an intelligent speed assistance system (ISA) is installed in the vehicle.

What is the intelligent speed assistance system (ISA)?

The intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) is basically nothing more than a system that combines assistance systems such as adaptive cruise control and traffic sign recognition with the navigation system; So a technique that many modern cars already have on board. These are often cameras that “work together” with the GPS data of the navigation cards. With the help of this sensor fusion, the car should recognize speed limits, indicate this and, if necessary, reduce the pace.

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How does the ISA work?

The ISA basically acts how an adaptive cruise control already does today. If the system recognizes a speed limit through a sign or another traffic sign, the driver is acoustically (for example by a flashing symbol in the instrument cluster) or haptic (the back pressure of the accelerator pedal) is pointed out to this. The EU Commission also allows the engine output or brake interventions to be reduced gently. But these are also functions that every driver knows with modern assistance systems.

What happens if I have to speed up during a speed limit – for example when overtaking?

The ISA is an assistant, no more and no less. This means that the driver always has complete control over his vehicle and therefore the system can overrun with pressure on the accelerator pedal. Just like that is the case today. Anything else would be dangerous too. In addition, the driver can easily switch off the ISA. However, the system must be automatically reactivated when the vehicle starts.

What happens to the data?

A black box is also on board with new cars. There will be no criminal letters for excessive speed. Rather, only the seconds before and after an accident should be saved and anonymized in a closed system. For example, the data is passed on to accident research and not to insurance. In principle, however, there is a problem that a lot of data is generated, the (possibly future) use of the drivers cannot really influence.

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When is the ISA prescribed?

The EU Commission has submitted a clear schedule for the introduction of the speed brake. From the 6th. July 2022 all new vehicle types must be equipped with the ISA. All cars, trucks, vans and buses are affected. From the seventh July 2024, the system will then be prescribed in all new cars.

How much does the whole thing cost?

The system is free of charge in the first seven years. After that, it is up to the manufacturer whether he calls for a fee for the ISA system. However, this is likely to occur only rarely because the car manufacturers in an endeavor to enable autonomous driving, have the necessary technology on the board at this point and the ISA is then a by -product.

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13 thoughts on “Built -in speed limit? This is really behind the new EU system”

  1. 2018 … 3265 traffic fatalities …
    And with this measure you set yourself the goal of achieving 12 traffic fatalities less. One … No one has to be an expert to recognize: the analysis of the 3265 traffic dead would bring more effective measures to light …

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  2. This is easy too
    Respond. In almost all cases, the cause is not adapted. So check effectively and hard, really hard punishments. Accident due to non -adapted speed and rags for 6 months and punishment 200 daily rates.

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  3. The effort
    At least according to the statement is made less because of 12 roaddents (20% of 61)? Of course that is too much, but it would not make sense to make the whole of the cyclists who do not hold traffic rules with their partly life -threatening, unpleasant bicycles and pedestrians who do without looking at the street than to look at the streets than all drivers in a flat rate of excessive speed suspect? Something like that would be cheaper and would bring more. Oh, the rental e-roller could also save lives.

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  4. Well, that’s absolutely needed
    Not that every dead person in traffic is too much, but according to the numbers, one hopes to avoid 10 to 20% of 61 roaddents in 2018. So somehow this troops are constantly being added to reach so deeply into the Stasis flade on the basis of the basis.

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  5. insurance
    Speed crossing of more than 5% should be transmitted directly to insurance and a central traffic register by the car. From this, personal insurance tariffs can then be determined and in the event of a possible accident, the question of guilt can be answered quickly. The frenzy and aggressive driving style in Germany must stop slowly.

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  6. great idea,
    But if already correctly equip cities across the board with cameras for the facial recognition, license plumbing for bicycles in order to be able to punish violations of the road traffic regulations immediately, save movement profiles through mobile phone data from the providers for authorities and introduce social scoring, that would be great Herr Malowicz .

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  7. How nice
    that many combustion vehicles, unlike current e-cars, still drive after 30 years. So it is possible for a long time to drive vehicles without always stupid assistance systems. ABS ok although I have never needed it myself. But all the rest… A performance limit and the consistent not building of Protzfeaatures might bring more.

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  8. Yup…
    The first really understandable comment. I am also considering whether my next car does not have an H as a last sign in the license plate. Not only because of the stupid assistance systems, also because of simplicity and repair friendliness.

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  9. My next car will definitely be without this
    Be monitoring technology. If a black box records everything in an accident and you were too fast a few km/h – even the bravest driver – this could certainly give problems with insurance protection. And nobody knows exactly whether GPS data, speed limit etc. a whole car is recorded and then the technology ensures fines. As long as it is possible, no vehicle will have this system from me. I try to avoid the surveillance madness as long as it is possible.

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  10. What they describe here comes like amen in the
    Church. Together with the multiplication of the fuel price, the charging current, vehicle tax. The past showed it: once introduced tax, limits and levies know only one direction.

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  11. What does that look like with the legal situation?
    From experience with my BMW I know that I usually get the right, recognized, permissible, speed on the display. But certainly doesn’t always work. In highway construction sites with crossing yellow and white stripes and speed limits changing at a distance of 200m, it is dangerous. And that’s exactly where I can’t rely on the electronics. When it comes to the accident, who is liable? EU or the manufacturer? Or again I because of an unadjusted speed? What about 80 in wetness? Or 30 from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m? Or I can drive 100 on the country road, but I fly out of the curve because it is smooth. DSNN is called again unadjusted speed. So what’s the whole thing then ?

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  12. statistics
    "… According to the Federal Statistical Office, in 2018 on streets with speed limitation, almost half of the fatally crashed (61 out of 123 accident deaths) were the cause of the cause." According to statistics, approx. 95% of the person who caused the accident sober and only 5% drunk. So should we all drive drunk cars ???

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