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Obstacle detecting control device of vehicle

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #7504987.

In an obstacle detecting control device installed in a vehicle body and includes a millimeter-wave radar detecting an obstacle in front of the vehicle and an operation control portion controlling a bake device and seatbelt pre-tensioner according to detection results of the obstacle by the radar, there are provided a detection frequency determining portion determining that a detection frequency of obstacle by the radar within a specified period of time exceeds a first frequency, an excessive frequency determining portion determining that a frequency of the above determination by the detection frequency determining portion exceeds a second frequency, and an indication portion and a warning buzzer to warn a passenger of a change of radar axis of the radar when the above determination by the excessive frequency determining portion is made.

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