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Anyone has experience with how the traffic light detection works? It is part of the Driving Assistant Professional in combination with the Active Cruise Control and Stop and Go function. Thanks!
 

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This is from BMW Canada website under the Driving Assistant Professional:

"Driving Assistant Professional is a camera and radar-based driver assistance system that offers optimum comfort and safety during critical or monotonous traffic situations. It consists of the contents of Driving Assistant, plus:

Steering and Lane Control Assistant assists in keeping to the middle of the lane through corrective steering interventions.

Automatic Speed Limit Assist combines Speed Limit Info and Active Cruise Control (ACC). It enables the automated, predictive adoption of a detected speed into the ACC.

Lane Change Assistant is part of the Steering and Lane Control Assistant for comfortable lane changing at higher speeds.

Lane Keeping Assistant with active side collision protection assists the driver in keeping in lane and actively preventing potential side collisions by means of corrective steering interventions.

Crossing Traffic Warning (front) brakes in the event of crossing traffic while leaving/entering a parking space as well as while turning into crossing traffic in situations with restricted visibility.

Evasion Aid assists in critical approach situations when evading is still possible.

Crossroads Warning with city braking function

Wrong-way Warning detects 'no entry' signs on motorways, roundabouts and one-way streets.

Traffic light detection is an extension of the ACC S&G function for automated response to traffic lights.

Please ask for further information on speed restrictions specific to each function.

The system scopes included in this equipment only provide assistance within defined limits. It remains the responsibility of the driver to react to the actual traffic situation."

Looks like BMW is using some clever wording to make it sound like it does more than it actually can.
 
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