In a world first, Euro NCAP introduces cyclist detection Autonomous Emergency Braking to its vehicle safety assessments for 2018.


    • EA

      1:13 Why do they have dummies as employees

      about 7 months ago
    • obada Alhajji
      obada Alhajji

      Good work

      about 9 months ago
    • Berkem Avcı
      Berkem Avcı

      then,why safety cars is expensive?

      about 1 year ago
    • Mingwei Zhang
      Mingwei Zhang In reply to Berkem Avcı

      Shit costs money. The more shit you throw into a car, the more costly it will be. That being said, that extra cost is offset by avoiding the greater cost of you inevitably running people over because you were fetching a water bottle and not looking at the road.

      about 5 months ago
    • olee22

      I wish the language used in the video would be better. "Cyclist", "driver", and "pedestrian" promotes conflict, better to use "people cycling", "people driving", and "people walking". And "accident" is not the right term - it is a collision. Here's an article about it:
      How smart language helped end Seattle’s paralyzing bikelash

      about 1 year ago
    • Aakash Khosla
      Aakash Khosla

      Good innovation but what about the back car who can hit the front car after emergency break????

      about 1 year ago
    • Audi A7
      Audi A7

      Very useful when in my street the 95% of cars (even high end ones) haven't got that technology. I don't even know if my A7 has AEB!

      about 1 year ago
    • Nicholas Littlejohn
      Nicholas Littlejohn

      Super cool! You'd think automakers would make this standard to avoid lawsuits.

      Cyclists often sue drivers who are careless and hit them.

      about 1 year ago
    • ThinkCleverAndSmart

      The title made me think that bikes would be offered with AEB now lol. XD

      about 1 year ago
    • abc ezas123
      abc ezas123 In reply to ThinkCleverAndSmart

      You obviously have not seen me ride ;)

      about 9 months ago
    • Ujw Gaming
      Ujw Gaming In reply to ThinkCleverAndSmart

      lol same, I was like Why would bikes need AEB xD

      about 11 months ago
    • Alif Rachman
      Alif Rachman In reply to ThinkCleverAndSmart

      ThinkCleverAndSmart lol same,i think it means AEB for bikes

      about 1 year ago
    • VolvoSafety

      прекрасно! ночной тест пешеходов сделали из-за аварии убера? будут ли машины прошлых лет тестироваться вновь?

      about 1 year ago
    • Samuel Bomorse
      Samuel Bomorse

      The problem is the cyclists themselves. It's great we have the technology to mitigate these kind of collisions, but a lot of cyclists ride dangerously; like going through red lights.
      Cyclists need to be registered and have insurance and also have at least one bicycle MOT a year.

      about 1 year ago
    • RSTCyclecoach
      RSTCyclecoach In reply to Samuel Bomorse

      @Samuel Bomorse it's a shame that you have shit for brains, and know literally nothing about this. The evidence does not in any way support your claims, which are frankly, shit.

      about 6 months ago
      ADRIANA LOPEZ H In reply to Samuel Bomorse

      Clearly you haven't informed yourself about safety for cyclists, it is safer to run a red light for cyclist, observing no car is coming and yielding to pedestrians as it provides an advanced positions so improves visibility for drivers. Moreover, the start is the most vulnerable moment of bicycles, as they should be placed in front of vehicles at crossings and drivers are usually not willing to wait 10 seconds, they tend to accelerate before cyclist are already moving safely.

      about 1 year ago
    • Samuel Bomorse
      Samuel Bomorse In reply to Samuel Bomorse

      04smallmj funny how I'm not talking about the Netherlands, I'm talking about the UK and its cycling society.

      about 1 year ago
    • 04smallmj
      04smallmj In reply to Samuel Bomorse

      Funny how the Netherlands is the safest place to ride a bicycle and has the highest number of people who cycle, yet has the lowest number of people wearing a helmet and/or wearing high vis!

      about 1 year ago
    • Samuel Bomorse
      Samuel Bomorse In reply to Samuel Bomorse

      CurseTheseMetalHands a cycling helmet makes a huge difference to safety for cyclists! Wearing hi vis clothing is about prevention of accidents, the same way this AEB technology is too.
      I don't disagree with more segregation from motorists for their own protection, however studies have proven that doing so makes accidents more likely as drivers become complacent about people being safely behind barriers etc. The same way removing the lines in the middle of roads makes people more cautious and safer.
      Even with cycle lanes some cyclists choose to not use them, and, although lights are a legal requirement in the UK, a large population of cyclists don't use them.

      about 1 year ago
    • Volumex

      Very good initiative. I wish all this systems could be fitted as standard in any car in the next years.

      about 1 year ago