Nissan penetrates the driver’s brainJune 15, 2019
Nissan presented its vision of future mobility at CES Asia 2019, demonstrating technologies that combine the real world with the virtual world and read brain signals to help the driver.
Nissan showed its Invisible-to-Visible and Brain-to-Vehicle innovative technologies in Shanghai, as well as the all-wheel drive concept electric vehicle IMs. New technologies and developments are created within the framework of the Nissan Intelligent Mobility concept, which defines the company’s views on what drives vehicles, how they are managed and how they are integrated into society. By combining the real world with the virtual, Invisible-to-Visible (I2V) technology can help drivers see the hidden, for example, around a corner or around the corner of a building.
Collecting data using sensors inside and outside the car and comparing them with data from cloud storage, I2V can not only understand what is happening around at the moment, but also anticipate what will happen next. A “connected” car gives the driver easy-to-read tips, including various icons displayed on the dashboard. Access to the virtual component also opens up more opportunities for communication.
I2V technology uses several advanced systems in its work: ProPILOT provides information about the situation around the car, Omni-Sensing provides up-to-date traffic data, and SAM (Seamless Autonomous Mobility) analyzes all this data in real time. Recently, the I2V technology passed the first field tests at the Nissan-owned test site in Yokosuka (Japan). The data exchange in full was carried out using the 5G mobile communication technology.
Nissan’s brain-to-vehicle (B2V) is the first such technology in the world. She interprets the driver’s brain signals to help him drive a car. By anticipating driver reactions, the B2V helps maneuver faster. The self-learning system is able to adapt to each specific driver and thereby become even more convenient. Visitors to CES Asia 2019 were able to evaluate the work of B2V in a special demonstration simulator, which was presented at the Nissan booth.
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