Mercedes-Benz and Bosch officially launch the automatic parking systemJuly 24, 2019
The new system works on the basis of unmanned control, which allows the car to independently search for free space, and drive up to the exit to its owner. For the first time, car parking will start at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart.
Not so long ago, we wrote about the announcement of a new autoparking system based on autonomous control developed by Daimler and Bosch. Now the press service of the German concern announced the start of the system in normal mode. The first facility with automatic parking will be the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgar.
The car and parking itself is equipped with a huge number of sensors. A stand-alone server constantly monitors the situation at the parking, and transmits data to the car. The system itself allows you to drive up to the entrance to the museum, and the car itself will go to look for a place for itself. Also, Mercedes can now independently drive up to the host after calling via a smartphone.
In addition to unmanned parking, Daimler and Bosch are working on solutions for the full autonomy of cars. By the end of the year, plans to launch unmanned taxis in California with cars based on the Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
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