Honda Moves to Patent X-Ray Driving Aid

by SpeedLux

Recently, a duo of patent applications from Honda gestures at an upcoming innovation that would allow driver to see pedestrians and other challenges even when obscured.

Utilizing an innovative version of pedestrian detection, the first system would discover several pedestrians and arrange them in a variety on a head-up display screen. The virtual view would likewise include individuals out of the motorist’s range of vision. The 2nd patent depends on advanced car-to-car interaction. In a line of 3 vehicles, all communicating with each other, the lead car would telegraph its distance to the middle automobile, which would relay the information, as well as its own area, to the last automobile, efficiently allowing the final car to “see through” the middle automobile.

Were the first automobile to brake, for instance, the final automobile would be alerted even before the middle vehicle started to slow itself.

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