AEB to be mandatory in all passenger cars in Australia from 2023

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The new standards will require AEB systems to detect forward collisions with both vehicles and pedestrians.

The Assistant Minister to the Deputy Australian PM announced via media release on 11 November that the Australian Government had mandated Advanced Emergency Braking (AEB) systems for all new passenger and light-goods vehicles from 2023.

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