What is Electronic Stability Control (ESC)?

What is Electronic Stability Control (ESC)?
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) is a system of sensors, actuators, and computers that uses automatic braking of
individual wheels to prevent the heading from changing too quickly (spinning out) or not quickly enough (plowing
out). ESC does not increase the available vehicle traction, but maximizes the possibility of keeping the vehicle
under control and on the road during extreme maneuvers by using the driver’s natural reaction of steering in the
intended direction.