Continental, a developer of advanced driver assistance systems, has developed a new human-machine interface which places the control of a vehicle at the user’s fingertips, says the company.
The HMI – which is designed to be integrated into a vehicle dashboard (as pictured above) – provides a central input device for maneuver control in the center console as an element of the holistic human-machine dialogue, says the company.
Continental says the input element increases the mode awareness when moving from manual to automated driving mode. Continue reading Continental unveils new human machine interface for automated driving
Hella Aglaia and NXP are expanding their current advanced driver assistance system platform with artificial intelligence capability in 2018.
Hella Aglaia’s ADAS platforms include NXP’s S32 and i.MX auto-grade processors, enabling a safe, scalable and complete range of front vision NCAP safety functionality, allowing manufacturers to utilise in the volume car segment.
The next step in the cooperation is to add artificial intelligence for automated driving to this innovative modular setup, say the companies. Continue reading NXP and Hella Aglaia expand advanced driver assistance platform
Nissan has launched the new version of Leaf, which the company claims is “world’s most advanced mass-market electric vehicle”.
The new Nissan Leaf is the company’s first car in Europe that will embrace the early steps of advanced driver assistance, and is packed with cutting-edge innovations such as e-Pedal, allowing humans to drive and brake in “a totally new and seamless way”.
Nissan says the new vehicle can also go further, with a range of 378 km on a single charge, and has been redesigned for a new generation, with a sleeker look inside and out. Continue reading Nissan integrates ProPilot autonomous tech in Leaf electric vehicle