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What does CMS stand for?

CMS stands for Collision Mitigation Brake System


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Advanced Safety, Visibility, and Driver Assistive Technology The RLX offers a comprehensive list of leading-edge technologies, including Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist system, Forward Collision Warning and Collision Mitigation Brake system safety technologies, Adaptive Cruise Control with Low Speed Follow driver assist system, and Blind Spot Information and Multi-Angle Rearview Camera with Dynamic Guidelines enhanced visibility systems.
Honda has participated in the Advanced Safety Vehicle (ASV) project from Phase 1 (April 1991- March 1996), and in that time has developed and commercialized a number of advanced safety systems including Honda Intelligent Driver Support System, Collision Mitigation Brake System and Intelligent Night Vision System.
Called the Collision Mitigation Brake System (CMS), it predicts rear-end collisions and assists brake operation to reduce impact by determining the likelihood of a collision based on driving conditions, distance to the vehicle ahead and relative speeds.
The Collision Mitigation Brake System (CMBS)[8] provides audio and visual warnings and braking to alert the driver and to help avoid a rear-end collision or mitigate damage and injuries in the event that one should occur.
The Collision Mitigation Brake System (CMS) emits warnings if the motorist is at risk of a rear-end collision - just like David Hasselhoff's high-tech car KITT in the hit 1980s TV show.
ACC is supplemented with the Collision Mitigation Brake System (CMBS), which predicts potential collision situations and reacts to reduce the impact on occupants and vehicle damage by activating driver warnings, initiating braking and, via E-Pretensioners, retracting seatbelts in readiness.