CES 2019: 5 amazing car technologies on display in Consumer Electronics Show at Las Vegas

Jan 10, 2019, 16:27 PM IST
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CES 2019: The Consumer Electronics Show 2019 started with a bang this year. The car-makers have showcased some of their latest and most amazing technologies at the show. From a self-parking tech- Automated Valet Parking System by Hyundai to Invisible-to-Visible (I2V) device by Nissan, the technologies will keep you in awe and will surely give you a glimpse of the future driving scenario. Let's check out the top five car technologies:-

 

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Byton Shared Experience Display

Byton Shared Experience Display

With a 49″ Shared Experience Display, the Chinese start-up Byton has revealed the largest display in an under-production car. The start-up claims that the driver can interact with the display in various ways and will also react to voice and gesture recognition. The display will be featured in the company's upcoming pure-electric SUV. The interface of the screen can be split up between a pair of touchscreen interfaces- one on the centre console and the second one on the steering wheel.   Image source: Twitter

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Hyundai’s Automated Valet Parking System

Hyundai’s Automated Valet Parking System

The Korean car maker has unveiled a self-parking tech- Automated Valet Parking System (AVPS) which allows the fully-electric car to drive itself to a wireless recharging point. The car will find a nearby empty parking spot and park itself once the charging is done and will wait for the driver.  Image source: Twitter

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Hyundai Ultimate Mobility Vehicle

Hyundai Ultimate Mobility Vehicle

Hyundai has unveiled a four-legged walking car – Elevate, at Consumer Electronics Show 2019. The concept of Hyundai Elevate is based on a modular EV platform with the capability to switch out different bodies for specific situations. The robotic leg architecture has five degrees of freedom plus wheel hub propulsion motors and is enabled by the latest in electric actuator technology.   Image source: Twitter

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Nissan Invisible-to-Visible assist

Nissan Invisible-to-Visible assist

The Invisible-to-Visible (I2V) device of Nissan will let the driver “see the invisible” with the help of a superimposing a real-time map of the nearby area. The technology will use the on-car sensors and data from the cloud.  Image source: Twitter

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Toyota Guardian automated assist

Toyota Guardian automated assist

Toyota featured “Guardian” driver – an automated system that will take full control of the car. According to the car-maker, this system is designed to “extract the best” from the driver. It will also correct the inputs given by the driver. Guardian, most likely will not be restricted only to Toyota models but the system is also compatible with other automated driving cars from other car-makers.  Image source: Twitter

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