Lamp system with built-in sensor

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Lamp system with built-in sensor

Space secured to install sensor with low/high beam unit with a narrow vertical range

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Small light-source unit makes headlamps with integrated sensors a reality

Using sensor functions to eliminate night-time traffic accidents

Leveraging the lamps on the four corners of the vehicle and installing sensors in them enables the accurate identification of information from around the vehicle. In this way, Stanley will realize lights that will not blind the drivers of vehicles ahead or of oncoming vehicles, lights for communicating with pedestrians, and lights to warn vehicles behind when they are drawing too close. Stanley aims to eliminate night-time traffic accidents by evolving its automotive lighting into light that takes its surroundings into account and into systematized light.

Making lamps smaller to make room to install sensors

Stanley is making its lamps smaller to make room to install sensors. Lamps with built-in sensors will deliver safe light distribution.

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    Making next-generation headlamps a reality with beam units that have a narrow vertical range.

    Through the development of light sources and optical systems, Stanley is realizing high/low-beam units with a narrow vertical range. Smaller units will allow room to install the sensors required by ADAS functions.
    *ADAS: Advanced driver-assistance systems

  • Making next-generation headlamps a reality with beam units that have a narrow vertical range

    Safety system that combines sensor and lamp

    This system uses an image recognition camera to sense oncoming vehicles and vehicles up ahead. By partially blocking the light, high-beam can be used without blinding the driver of the other vehicle.

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