ESP helps to reduce the risk of accidents and keep passengers and other road users safe.
Automatically applies the brakes to individual wheels and reducing engine power when it detects that the vehicle is not responding to the driver's steering inputs.
ABS prevents the wheels from locking up during sudden or emergency braking. The system is designed to improve vehicle control and prevent skidding.
ELECTRONIC BRAKEFORCE DISTRIBUTION
Optimizes the distribution of braking force between the wheels of a vehicle. It works in conjunction with the anti-lock braking system (ABS) and traction control system (TCS) to improve the vehicle's stability and handling during braking.
HILL START AID
Hill Holder, the feature that helps drivers to start a vehicle smoothly and safely on an incline or hill without rolling backwards.
TRACTION CONTROL SYSTEM
Limits wheel spin during acceleration on slippery or low-traction road surfaces.TCS is an important safety feature that helps to improve the vehicle's stability and handling on low-traction surfaces, such as wet or icy roads, reducing the risk of accidents and improving the overall driving experience.
The system monitors the speed of the wheels and engine, and adjusts the amount of torque applied to the drive wheels accordingly. During deceleration, DTC reduces the torque from the engine and transmission to prevent the rear wheels from locking up. This allows the bus to maintain traction and stability.
Brake Assist System
During sudden braking situations, such as in the case of an unexpected obstacle or pedestrian crossing, drivers may not apply enough force to the brake pedal, resulting in a longer stopping distance or even a collision. BAS works by detecting when the driver is making an emergency stop and automatically increasing the braking force to maximum levels, reducing the stopping distance and preventing or minimizing the impact of a collision.
Vehicle Dynamics Control
VDC for buses is designed to improve the vehicle's stability and handling in various driving conditions, including during cornering, braking, and sudden maneuvers. It typically includes sensors that monitor the vehicle's speed, acceleration, and steering angle, as well as the road surface conditions.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System
The TPMS uses sensors located in each tire that measure the air pressure and temperature. This information is then transmitted to a central control module in the vehicle. If the TPMS detects that the pressure in any of the tires is too low or too high, it will trigger a warning light on the dashboard to alert the driver.
Battery Room Fire Detection System
Electric Motor Fire Detection System
Brake Pad Wear Sensor
Reverse Gear Buzzer
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Fire Supression System
1If pre-heater option is selected in Class I vehicle, this option must be selected. If pre-heater is not selected in Class A vehicle, this option can not be selected.
The goal of a fire suppression system is to protect passengers, the bus, and other property by quickly detecting and extinguishing fires before they can spread and cause significant damage.