Invisible-to-Visible (I2V): This is Nissan's new intelligent system
Innovations in safety in the automotive world They can mark a before and after when it comes to avoiding accidents or making them less serious. With this in mind, Nissan has developed a system that will allow drivers to see hazards that are not visible to the user .
The system, called Invisible-to- Visible (I2V) uses several sensors and online information to offer the user a broader view of what is happening around them. I2V has been developed by the technology division Nissan Intelligent Mobility, and will be presented at the CES of Las Vegas this week.
Although several systems already exist that allow the user to detect accidents or obstacles and, thanks to the control of the steering wheel by the vehicle, be able to anticipate and avoid them in most cases, the Nissan system goes more there .
The I2V offers users > more detailed information about traffic, look for free parking places, show which is the fastest lane in a traffic jam and calculate more accurately the estimated time to reach the destination.
Also, thanks to the integrated sensors, allows to realize a "radar" of 360 degrees to scan the environment and detect possible dangers . This also includes elements that are just around the corner, undetectable to the human eye.
The system, moreover, goes beyond offering a very interesting safety aid, since it will improve the connectivity in the vehicle and allow the occupants to count with all the detailed trip information using augmented reality elements that will be interactive with passengers.
Without a doubt, innovations like these will make possible a evolution of traditional vehicles, cars completely intelligent , providing its occupants with information that, physically, it is impossible for them to count and improving their security.It may interest you