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The braking system industry in 2022 – Level 3 autonomy and beyond

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Higher levels of vehicle autonomy are expected to drive demand for redundancies in critical systems, leading to major impacts across the entire braking system supply chain.

In the early 2010s, with the launch of the very first “driving assistance” systems, automakers began to rely on the braking system’s electronic stability control (ESC) unit, originally designed to improve driving stability, to decelerate the vehicle without driver input, in emergencies. Since then, system requirements have continuously expanded to accommodate growing demands for more powerful, sustained, and responsive autonomous braking capabilities needed for semi-automated and automated vehicles.

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