Safe and Dynamic Driving towards Vision Zero

Our “Vision Zero” will continue to drive our developments in safety technologies and to make safety available to everyone around the globe. For one thing is sure: only the widespread use of active safety technologies will help to achieve the EU goal of halving the number of road fatalities by 2030.
 
For us in the Business Area “Autonomous Mobility and Safety”, it is therefore essential during the development of new products to consider all possibilities of networking. And this is true not only for products but also for the necessary cooperation and teamwork within and beyond the business units. By networking individual components and taking a system approach, we develop products and system functions along the chain of effects that form the foundation for automated driving.
 

Stop the Crash

A multi-stakeholder partnership led by ‪Global ‪NCAP

Continental has partnered with Global NCAP to launch the “Stop the Crash” information campaign. The aim is to achieve significant improvements in global road safety and steadily reduce the number of traffic fatalities, injuries, and accidents.

 
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Vision Zero World

Vision Zero: Zero Fatalities, Zero Injuries, Zero Accidents
As a major supplier of original equipment systems to international automakers, Continental identifies particularly closely with the principles of Vision Zero. Visit our information hub and experience our Vision Zero World.
 

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High-tech Solution for Anticipatory Driving

20 Years of Continental Long-range Radar in Series Production

Automated driving is coming – and with it ever more powerful systems that enable cars to monitor and safely navigate their surroundings.The latest, fifth generation of Continental’s long-range radar, with a range of up to 300 meters and unprecedented resolution, is one such system.
 
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Emergency Brake Assist

Drive and enjoy predictive safety

The bulk of all rear-end collisions could be avoided – or at least, their severity could be significantly reduced – through timely braking. The forward-looking emergency braking assistant responds by activating an automatic braking system as soon as the driver’s own vehicle comes within a dangerous distance from a preceding vehicle if the driver does not respond appropriately. As a result, it can considerably reduce stopping distance.