Jaguar Land Rover showcases a rather special system. Check it out!
Jaguar Land Rover shows a range of some badass technologies that will aid future self-driven vehicles through any surface and terrain. It is a multi-million dollar research project that aims to make the autonomous driving as flexible and as confident as possible.
And in order to enable this next-gen of technology, Jaguar Land Rover team has developed some sweet technologies: there are some sensors, surface identification tweak and a 3D path sensing. All of them incorporate the use of a camera, radar and sensors to deliver detailed 360 degree view of the world around the vehicle. Of course, buyers will have the chance to get their path planned, and see some potential dangers and road situations. Sweet.
One more key element is the ability for vehicles to "talk" to each other: the machines can communicate with by sending data and prepare for any off-road obstacles and road challenges.
In fact, Jaguar and Land Rover have already made an off-road demonstration with two Range Rover Sports that use the DSRC (Dedicated Short Range Communications) technology in order to create an Off-Road Connected Convoy. The wireless vehicle-to-vehicle communication system shares data for vehicle's location, wheel-slip, suspension activity, wheel articulation and All-Terrain Progress Control information.
As it seems, autonomous and self-driven vehicles and technologies gain more and more popularity and different brands show us some different and interesting solutions to the modern day challenges. How do you find the new systems? Drive in the comment section below.
Source: Jaguar Land Rover