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Cutting Edge Technologies Soon to be Used in Cars
Cutting Edge Technologies Soon to be Used in Cars
1. Cutting Edge Technologies Soon to be Used in Cars
Scientists, along with Automobile engineers, are trying their best to develop technologically advanced cars in the near future. Many concept cars are already developed with breathtaking aerodynamic design for the purpose of drag elimination which will also be greener, thus allowing less fuel consumption and less CO2 emission. Biofuel cars and electric cars are already on the verge of making sensation on the streets from their concept stages as Tesla has already developed many of the futuristic electric cars in recent years. According to engineers, cars powered by solar energy will dominate the road in the times coming. But, the population is very concerned about whether the technology they will get in cars in the near future will be within their budget. So here is the list of top 10 cutting edge technologies soon to be used in cars.
2. Self Driving
Cars will be driven on their own in the near future as this system is already innovated underGoogle Self Driving Car project. This project was led by Google engineer, Sebastian Thrun, who is also the co inventor of Google Street View and former director of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. The first autonomous car, a Toyota Prius modified with Google s experimental driver less technology was registered in April 2012 under Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles after the Nevada law for self driving cars went into effect on March 1, 2012. Florida became the second state to allow the testing of independent vehicles on public roads while California became the third. Google has already presented the latest prototype of their driver less car that had neither steering wheel nor pedals on May 28, 2014.
3. Advanced Automotive Cameras
4. V2V Connectivity
By 2040, half of all new cars coming off the production line will be hybrids with energy storing body panels according to Exxon Mobil. A group of nine auto manufacturers in Europe is currently researching body panels made of polymer fiber and carbon resin that can store energy and charge faster than conventional batteries. According to Volvo, these panels could reduce a car s weight by up to 15 percent.
5. Intelligent Braking System
With this technology, the brakes of the future cars will be automatically engaged without any driver input to prevent possible collisions, while the Brake Operated Pre crash Seatbelts will help to mitigate injuries. The vehicle itself will assists the driver s braking action according to the situation, whereas this system will also deliver a warning buzz to prompt action by the driver to help avoiding a rear end collision. This system depends on cross feed input from different sensors, radars, video cameras, ultrasonic emitters and even modern GPS technology. This system can prevent or lessen the impact in 1.9 million crashes a year according to The IIHS. Acura s new RLX sedan already features a Brake Hold button that will keep the brakes pressed automatically.



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