The blend of IoT and advanced driver-assistance systems are establishing vehicular safety by reducing the possibility of accidents on roads. Both these technologies have opened new doors for car buyers to integrate safety features into their vehicles. By using features like real-time monitoring, these systems are reducing traffic congestion on roads, promoting healthy driving habits, and predicting vehicle failure before they even occur.
Car manufacturers are investing deeply in Internet of Things and advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) to make driving safer. These smart technologies with their on-the-spot sensing and processing capabilities are preventing accidents on the road and are offering comfortable driving experiences.
IoT has enabled the development of a CV2X (cellular vehicle to everything) network that connects smart cars, infrastructures, and even pedestrians with each other. This network allows the ADAS systems fitted in a car to assist drivers in various driving operations, lowering the risk of accidents on road.
However, this is not the end. With advancements in both these technologies, more gadgets and features are going to pop up that will reinforce vehicular safety and gradually reduce accidents on roads.