The Nissan Leaf Piloted Drive 1.0 is the prototype in which the Japanese firm is testing the autonomous driving. This technology could be ready by 2020. Nissan wants to be in the race of autonomous cars or cars that drive themselves. The Nissan Leaf prototype Piloted Drive 1.0 is the important beginning of the Japanese firm and by 2020 will continue to develop and refine autonomous driving technology.
The Nissan Leaf Piloted Drive 1.0 builds on the first generation of this car hundred percent electric. In this first version of car driver you do not need to travel striking installing multiple sensors and cameras that are images that capture all traffic while driving. Namely at least 12 sensors 12 cameras radar sensors 5 4 laser scanners and various ultrasonic sensors which capture everything that happens around the vehicle to subsequently send all collected to a central computer are recorded and it processes the information sent to the steering wheel and pedals.
Nissan says the Leaf this first variant Piloted Drive 1.0 is capable of changing its own lane joining a motorway / highway and even overtake other cars all without driver intervention.
The first tests of the Nissan Leaf Piloted Drive 1.0 have been made near Advanced Technology Center that the Japanese firm is south of Tokyo. Before the end of 2016 there will be several such units Nissan leading only to include within its operating a manual mode (or manual drive) that will voluntarily the human intervention so that this driven car can drive like any conventional car.
While waiting for news of how technology evolves autonomous driving Nissan and the various tests of this Piloted Leaf Drive 1.0 we remind you that Nissan plans to introduce this week under the Tokyo Motor Show a prototype that will advance Much of the future technology that will future cars brand.
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