The RDM system operates at speeds above 60 km/h, providing the driver with 3 types of assistance based on the severity of the circumstance.
Does Honda sensing detect pedestrians?
Honda SENSING operates to detect and take action to avoid situations such as one-car accidents, collisions, pedestrian injuries, and missed road signs.
When did Honda sensing become standard?
Already implemented on certain 2017 models, like the Honda Accord and Honda Civic, Honda Sensing® is designed to add a 6th sense to your driving experience and provide complete peace of mind behind the wheel.
How do I set my Honda Sensing?
Honda Sensing settings can also be configured via the optional central touchscreen. Hit “Settings,” “Vehicle Settings,” and then “Drive Assist Setup.” This allows you to change RDM warnings, distance warnings for CMBS, and more.
Is ADAS calibration necessary?
ADAS sensor calibration is required whenever a sensors aiming is disturbed in any way. This can occur in a collision, even a minor fender bender, or be a byproduct of common service work such as windshield replacement, suspension repairs or wheel alignment.
Does Honda Sensing work in the rain?
Each time rains (and if its heavy rain, it is 100% failure mode), the “RADAR SWIPE” icon comes on and this will disable the LKAS, LDW, CMBS, ACC and LSF. Luckily the Traction controls still ok.