The DAI was born as a software
to detect wet road conditions.
Now it is expanding and it is becoming a platform that boasts highly accurate detection of tire loss of contact on various road surfaces – on wet, and soon on ice, snow, gravel, potholes and many others.
DAI enables ADAS calibration in inclement driving conditions and allows for innovative safety functionalities for ADAS, traditional vehicles, and autonomous driving.
By monitoring tire pressure and addressing wrong wheel alignment, DAI also plays a role in reducing CO2.
Virtual sensors detecting grip on various surfaces
– WET SENSOR
Virtual sensor to calibrate ADAS and enable safety features on dangerous wet and aquaplaning conditions
– POTHOLE SENSOR
– GRAVEL SENSOR
– VIRTUAL TPMS SENSOR
Virtual sensor for tire air pressure monitoring on vehicles
– ICE AND SNOW SENSOR
– MASS DETECTION
Precise estimation of vehicle payload
– WRONG WHEEL ALIGNMENT SENSOR
Detects misalignments in camber
and toe angles
– LOOSE WHEEL DETECTOR SENSOR
Virtual sensor to prevent wheels
Possible further Safety measures by vehicle manufacturers
Automatic adjustment of Adaptive Cruise Control speed
and safety distance according to warning levels.
Automatic vehicle engine torque reduction
for rapid deceleration in case of upcoming hazards.
Automatic activation of safety belt pre-tensioner
in case of dangerous wet conditions.
Warning when using indicator lights
in case of dangerous wet conditions to prevent lane change.
Activate emergency brake lights
to slow down following vehicles.
Activate seat or steering wheel vibration
in case of aquaplaning.
DAI virtual sensor for Wet Road detection
Digital Aquaplaning Information (DAI) identifies dangerous wet road conditions and the risk of aquaplaning.
The software-based virtual sensor allos drivers to make informed decisions and improve road safety.