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6 Features Every Car of the Future Have

Advanced driver systems (ADAS) are becoming more commonplace in consumer as the technology is refined and cost for the decreases. According to a 2011 by the Department of Transportation. “market of ADAS applications, many of rely upon computer will likely increase due to component costs, application and market demand for safety in addition to regulatory incentives.” which is a big player in developing the that support ADAS, that these systems the potential to increase safety and everyday driving habits.


are a few features of ADAS that exist, and others that be implemented in the future.

Accident/collision systems Collision avoidance use computer vision and radar and systems can include lane blind spot detection, and cruise control systems. lane detection feature in

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vehicles. for example, uses a at the top of the windshield to monitor the area for markings and the steering wheel vibrate when the front crosses a lane marking. meanwhile, is working on Emergency Assist  (ESA), which to avoid collisions at normal speeds. It has demonstrated ESA technology on the BMW 5 as well as the Volkswagen Passat. the lead engineer for Continental’s engineering unit, calls it a technology. The system can assist in congested traffic situations or out on the open road, lessening fatigue.”

“Street view” in GPS/navigation systems Most with smartphones already use Maps as their primary system, but Google Glass take GPS systems to an entirely new Mercedez-Benz has already announced to integrate Google Glass to a seamless GPS system, though Mercedez-Benz’s plan and Google’s are in development stages. The goal is “the information displayed via the automatically switches from navigation to on-foot directions the the driver kills the engine.”

Automatic parallel parking / parking assist systems Toyota was the first company to a commercial automatic self-parking with the release of the Toyota in 2003. The 2010 Prius was up against the Ford Escape and BMW 5-series in a Wall Street test. with promising

With Nissan Pathfinder, use this surround-view camera to make it easier to parallel It’s not auto-park. Other tested offer cameras, in addition to auto-park. -Evan Cars.com

Out of the three cars we tested, the Park Assist” option in the Prius was the most elaborate, both parallel and back-in where the car can back itself a parking lot space. The vehicle’s calculates the best parallel- or steering angles and displays an of the best parking spot on a screen on the dashboard. Once the hits “OK” to select the the computer sends a signal to the steering system and navigates the car the space.

USA Today and Cars.com a similar challenge in December to determine which cars themselves best. Land Mercedez-Benz, Nissan, and Ford to the challenge, and the systems were quick, and effective (no dents!). Toyota declined to participate it “doesn’t believe there’s interest in the feature.”

Driver detection Researchers in the Centre for Neuroscience at the University of Leicester been working on a system can detect when drivers are off through eye-tracking and brain are a variety of behaviors that are to sleepiness and distractions,” said Dr. Ison, the lead researcher on the “Some of them, such as more frequently, changing our eye pattern, or not fixating on the road are well suited to be detected an eye tracker. However, brain changes during sleepiness and low alertness state can only be with an EEG.” The ability to drowsiness and distractedness would overcome some of the hurdles to semi-automatic driving.

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Vehicle-to-vehicle technology

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Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology networked vehicles in close and enables them to communicate each other. The systems Short Range Communications which is similar to Wi-Fi. In to improving safety, since it alert drivers of a car suddenly in front of them or a merging V2V technology could also mobility and the environment. Vehicles be connected to traffic signals, booths, and other types of and drivers could respond to information accordingly. The National Safety Board (NTSB) recent bus crashes and concluded V2V communication might have such crashes. The NTSB mandating the use of V2V technology. which speed up the process of its development and mainstream V2V use.

Face detection to open Toyota’s concept car, the INSECT. uses facial technology to detect and identify who approaches the car.

Toyota INSECT will open using facial recognition and Photo: Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/GettyImages

As you the car, cameras analyze face to verify the driver’s Once authenticated, the car flashes its and says, “Hello.”

Drivers can also flap arms to notify the car that want the doors to open. may not be the most practical feature, but the illustrates how far ADAS systems come since the early of cruise control and navigation

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