Top 10 Car Technologies of the Future

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The concept car was the first preview of a new Murano car (hope was high) and the technology had actually made its way to the production car.

Despite the overly avant-garde look and sky-high technologies and ideas presented in concept cars, they still end up on real cars from time to time.

Add to this list those technologies that now seem simply incredible to us, although in the near future they may well turn out to be as additional ones. equipment on many present cars, and quite possibly on your car too.

Namely, will there be ice on this or that section of the road? Or is it snowing on the track?  All this car, through its on-board computer, will analyze and collect together the most important information for it. Nothing that happens on the road can escape the all-seeing eye of electronics.

This Car-to-Car Communication will help prevent accidents and allow vehicles to warn each other of such accidents before the consequences of these accidents appear in the driver’s line of sight.

Also, many of the world’s leading automakers are developing this technology today, including the Audi company, which is also developing this technology to create its new autonomous car model in the future.

This means that you, for example, will be able to close and open windows simply by waving your hands up and down, namely in the direction where you want them (these glasses) to be directed. Or, for example, you can simply indicate an incoming phone call with a gesture towards the screen of the infotainment system. Well, either reduce or increase the blowing of windows, change the temperature in the car, and so on and so forth. In the future, drivers will apparently have to gesticulate a lot and often while driving a car.

It sounds a bit strange, although we’ll see how all this will be implemented in the future, because such automotive technology will make all the drivers on Earth just some Italians who gesticulate very temperamentally while talking to each other. But such communication with the car, apparently in the future, will become available to all drivers without exception.

Integration with Smartwatch

Cars began to actively integrate with smartphones several years ago. And all this will be available through the usual voice commands embedded and executed on Smartwatch (smart watch).

Automated parking

Some vehicles are now largely able to find parking spaces for themselves and then take appropriate further steps to park themselves.

In practice, it will look something like this: – the garage, parking lot or parking lot will “talk” to the car via the Internet to tell it where there is free space (s), thereby not forcing this car to just idle around parking.

Having dropped off its passengers in front of the entrance (entrance) to the garage, the car itself will drive up to a free place and park automatically. In order to get your car back, its owner will simply have to call it to him using a regular smartphone.

This information means the following, namely, when you arrive home, you can get out of your car and send your car directly to just park yourself in a predetermined place. Convenient, isn’t it!

Better App Integration (Apple Carp lay, Android Auto)

It won’t be long before automakers start adding apps to their infotainment systems that are so integrated with the car’s entertainment system itself that the built-in screen sensor will look like a mobile phone screen we’re used to. In addition, your phone, acting as an Internet access point, will itself help to better integrate your car into the global Internet.

BMW, for example, is already making extensive use of carbon fiber for its new i3 electric car. This is especially noticeable when creating a monocoque at BMW, very similar to those that have been made for some time for the most expensive supercars.

Full integration with phones (using phones as a key, etc.)

In today’s world, it’s said to be “better” to lose your car keys than your cell phone.  Automakers are now exploring the possibility of using phones in “near field communication” NFC (a short-range, wireless, high-frequency communication technology that allows data to be exchanged between devices). This technology will allow you to beat the ignition keys to start the car.

Programs such as Daimler car2go or BMW Drive Now use the corresponding chips.

BMW brought and showed its new i3 at the 2015 Consumer Electronic Show with LiDAR (kight-RADAR) sensors that can analyze objects around the car and determine for themselves if there is any risk of hitting any obstacle or any other significant or insignificant object. This technology will greatly help drivers when parking, where there are various posts, fences or other various obstacles that the driver may simply not notice. Any modern and experienced driver is defenseless against such small obstacles.

Vehicle-mounted sensors will also be able to perform well on the road, for example, the vehicle itself will be able to detect other vehicles, pedestrians or cyclists with greater and more likely accuracy than today’s standard sensors used to monitor the blind spot. car.