The car of the future
They recognize each other and their environment, to take the driving seat and thus ensure more safety on the roads – the car of the future!
Ask. Before you get in your car and only give the address And the rest is done quite simply the car for you. Meanwhile, read your e-mails, the newspaper or make phone calls – without the traffic to have to be careful. The car of the future, thus ensuring not only for comfort but also for enhanced security. Hazards should be recognized automatically in the near future, even the automotive industry and transport the driver without risk.
While sitting in that vision is still the owner of the car behind the wheel, but with one difference: the driver is for riders. Self-propelled and kindergarten cars will in the future not only read traffic signs or detect pedestrians, but may cause a potential accident at the emergency brake. And all for more safety on the roads and highways, because the hazard is and remains the number one man.
No wonder that the trend in the auto industry is increasingly moving towards driving assistance. Engineers and manufacturers are investing most of the time is to make cars safer and easier to use. The anti-lock braking system ABS and the Electronic Stability Program ESP, which automatically prevents skidding cars are just the beginning of a series of so-called driving assistance systems. We also continue to facilitate the parking aids in everyday traffic that recognize not only the distance to an obstacle, but. By fast “measuring” a free parking space, the driver can provide information about the parking.
Security systems for driving
The car of the future can recognize pedestrians and slow down time. Equipped with diverse sensors such as radar, laser, ultrasound, microwaves and wind sensors, the car detects its environment and responds automatically. Such vehicles will also read traffic signs and ensure that their drivers to keep to it and possibly cause him to take a break when he is tired.
In Japan, it has already developed systems that the driver take the car just before an impending accident from the hand to prevent this or minimize the consequences to a minimum. The other side of the coin: automakers are concerned that such vehicles can be found in the near future no market.
With each new assistance system is pointed out that it is switched off, the driver maintain control of the vehicle and may undermine the security systems, for example, if he wants to go faster than allowed. But the reality is that roads and highways will be safer in the future many times as today, if all cars equipped with driver assistance systems and fully independent chauffeur their owners.