Development driving assistance systems they will take us indefinitely to a vehicle that can deal with itself, regardless of the person. But, because there is still a long way to reach this, there are engineers who are still determined to improve the skills of a person in a wheel.
This is an example of a surprising one ClearSight (clear view) Land Rover, a system that allows the driver to see the floors passing through the bonnet of the engine and engine.
Range Rover Evoque 2019.
No magic or chemical compound. The British trademark is used radars and cameras so that the driver sees through the object in some way.
To achieve this, it uses a camera that is located in the front sector of the new one Range Rover Evoque and two fitted on the side mirrors, one on each side. And it transfers everything and in real time to the screen that is located in the central console.
As you can see from the pictures, the resolution quality of the transferred image is very high and works as if you are using a wide-angle lens.
With this system, a number of benefits are gained. One of the major shortcomings SUVs are theirs poor visibility just before the front sector, due to the height of its trunk.
The system allows you to see everything underneath, even if you have a baby or an animal.
The field of vision provided by the ClearSight driver starts at the height of the rear-view mirrors with a width of 1.2 meters on each side of the vehicle and extends up to 8.5 meters, the width of the vision reaches 15 meters.
This system can provide great assistance in traveling on a complex field where you often see us where you step on the vehicle. In practice off road is to drop out of the vehicle before any complicated obstacle to make sure where to go. This technology would not be necessary.
This system helps a lot to know where to get on the vehicle.
On the other hand, what transmits this technology is not a simulation. That means that If a child starts to play under the vehicle or is an animal, we will see them as well. Its operation is available up to 30 km / h.
Land Rover first showed ClearSight 2014, but they are mounted on a prototype and are still in the development phase. The new generation Evoque is already available in its range.
But it also carries another device that uses it increased reality, although in this case it looks back. That's a intelligent rearview mirror, which can act as such or the screen that transmits images.
It would be normal to see if you were carrying a very large object in the trunk.
This is complemented by the camera from the last sector that it offers a much wider field of view, up to 50 degrees, compared to 25 levels of a conventional mirror.
This allows us to continue to see what happens to the vehicle, even if we carry large objects in the trunk, which would normally obstruct our vision.
You can also see ClearSight with the trunk to the top.
Depending on the brand, the camera is positioned at an angle that would prevent the glow from the light of another vehicle and is covered with a hydrophobic film that repels water.
The camera offers a field of vision that is twice as wide as the usual mirror.
New Range Rover Evoque It was recently introduced in Europe and launched a style that is more like the style of the UK's largest and most luxurious British brand vehicles.
The new Range Rover Evoque now looks more like bigger and more luxurious brand vehicles.
It is built on new platform which gives it greater stiffness and includes a wide range of engines, versions with front or integrated traction and six-speed manual or 9-speed automatic transmission.
It is not yet confirmed when this model will reach our market.
The versions that have this latest transfer can be complemented by 48-volt electrical system, which includes a small electric motor that does not push the wheels of vehicles, but is itself responsible for supplying power with most systems.