The new Nissan Serena equipped ProPILOT autopilot technology

Posted on 7/13/2016 10:30:45 AM

Nissan announced today that new Nissan Serena in late August the Japanese market, about 20 million. The first models will be powered by Nissan ProPILOT autopilot technology, which allows the vehicle to reduce the burden on the driver when driving on the highway.
Nissan ProPILOT autopilot technology for single-lane highway driving. This technique can be performed in fully automatic mode steering, acceleration and braking operation, thereby reducing traffic congestion and the burden of long-distance driving brings to the driver on the highway. Nissan has thus become the first Japanese car manufacturer in the production car equipped with such technology.
The new Nissan Serena equipped application ProPILOT art system with advanced image processing technology, can be precise steering operation based on road and traffic conditions. Nissan ProPILOT extremely user-friendly technology, the driver can easily switch located on the steering wheel to activate or deactivate the system. Simple user interface of the system easy to understand, easy to operate, and is equipped with a personal display can show running state of the vehicle.
● Nissan ProPILOT System Features
Nissan ProPILOT system to achieve acceleration of the vehicle, brakes and steering and other manipulation by the camera to obtain the information processing. The ProPILOT camera equipped with advanced image processing software, it is possible to quickly identify the front of the vehicle and the lane markings in three-dimensional space.
Nissan ProPILOT Once the system is in startup mode, depending on the driver's preset speed limit (approximately 30-100 km / h) from the automatic control and the vehicle ahead. At the same time, it can also read the lane markings and the steering control, the vehicle traveling in the middle lane highway, and to achieve the curve with.
If the vehicle is parked in front, Nissan ProPILOT system will automatically brake the vehicle is completely stopped. After the vehicle stop, even if the driver releases the brake pedal, the vehicle will remain stationary. Ready to re driving, the driver at the touch of a switch or a light throttle to start ProPILOT system again. Nissan cars are in-depth study of driving conditions in different regions, so ProPILOT system will be well adapted to serve their respective markets. The Nissan Serena mounted in the ProPILOT system is for highway driving conditions and adapt to Japanese research and development.
● achieve "zero casualty" Vision
Nissan is committed to electric vehicles and intelligent of research to achieve "zero emission" and "zero casualty" business vision.
ProPILOT system will also be applied to other Nissan models, including the Qashqai will be launched in Europe in 2017. Nissan also plans to deliver this technology to the US and Chinese markets. In addition, multi-lane autopilot technology program launched in 2018, when the vehicle is capable of automatically changing lanes on the highway; in 2020 plans to achieve automatic vehicle driving on city roads and intersections.

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