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●Published Ground truth perception technology
●To be installed on all new cars by 2030
●“Great contribution to the achievement of autonomous driving in the future”
On April 25, 2022, Nissan announced the ground truth perception technology for driving assistance that improves the emergency avoidance performance of vehicles.
In addition, it also announced the simulated appearance of the automatic emergency evasion operation equipped with the ground truth perception technology "ProPILOT Concept Zero test vehicle" currently under development.
The Ground truth perception technology developed by Nissan is a technology that combines information obtained by high-performance LiDAR, cameras and radars that can accurately detect the shape and distance of objects, so as to accurately grasp the surrounding space, object shape, and instantly grasp changes.
Through this technology, the changing conditions of the vehicle can be analyzed in real time, and emergency evasion operations can be performed automatically. The technology can also detect slowing traffic ahead and obstacles on the road and automatically change lanes in advance. It can also drive automatically when the map information is inaccurate.
Nissan said that the next-generation LiDAR technology is being jointly researched and developed with Luminar, the world's leading technology company. The plan is to complete the development of Ground truth perception technology in the mid-2020s, and then install it on new cars in sequence, and aim to have this technology on all new cars by 2030.
Takao Asami, senior executive director of research and development at Nissan, said, "Nissan has led the world in introducing countless advanced driving support technologies to the market. When we take the future of autonomous driving into our vision, we believe that the most important thing is to let customers know about the vehicle. Safety and security. The ground truth perception technology currently under development can automatically avoid emergency situations in response to various situations in the vehicle, and improve vehicle safety. We are also confident that this technology will make a huge contribution to future autonomous driving.”
Original text: A car that never has an accident? Nissan "ProPILOT-Concept Zero" announced! 360 degree no blind spot
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