Honda goes a step further for increase the level of security and driver assistance on its cars. The Japanese automaker has indeed unveiled Honda Sensing 360, the new omnidirectional system that eliminates blind spots around the vehicle and helps avoid collisions by reducing the fatigue of those behind the wheel. The introduction of the new technology is expected from 2022 in the Chinese market while from 2030, Honda will extend the application to all models for sale in the main markets.
Honda is actively committed to achieving the goal of a collision-free society for the benefit of all road users, and this commitment is represented by the worldwide slogan “Safety for all”; Honda also carries out research and development in security technologies at the hardware and software level. Since its introduction in 2014, the advanced Honda SENSING assisted driving and safety system* 1 has further enhanced its functions and expanded to mass production models on a global scale, offering customers support in a range of driving situations.
With Honda Sensing 360 comes 360 ° detection, which adds five millimeter wave radar units to the front and every corner of the car, in addition to the monocular camera available on the current version of Honda Sensing. The detection field now covers blind spots around the car and helps avoid collisions with other vehicles and pedestrians, as well as reducing the driver’s fatigue. To develop the Honda SENSING 360, Honda has leveraged the knowledge and know-how developed in the research and development of technologies for level 3 automatic driving. Honda is committed to eliminating the number of road accident victims by 2050. involving motorcycles and cars of its production all over the world. By leveraging the unique strengths of a company active in the auto and motorcycle businesses, Honda will continue to strive to play a key role in creating a traffic-free society.