Hyundai CES technology (1)

Η Hyundai στην CES παρουσίασε μια πληθώρα νέων συστημάτων όπου ανάμεσα τους ξεχωρίζει το Head Up Display επαυξημένης πραγματικότητας με σύστημα κινούμενων πληροφοριών για τις διασταυρώσεις, το οποίο ενημερώνει με βέλη τον οδηγό, για την πορεία του, για τους μονόδρομους, αλλά και από τα δεδομένα του έξυπνου συστήματος Cruise Control.

Επίσης η Hyundai παρουσίασε ένα σύστημα ζώνης ασφαλείας που με ειδοποίηση του οδηγού μέσω δόνησης, όταν αυτός αλλάζει απροσδόκητα λωρίδα κυκλοφορίας, ενώ λειτουργεί παράλληλα και ως σύστημα καταγραφείς του καρδιακού παλμού του οδηγού, δίνοντας του την ευκαιρία να ειδοποιήσει έγκαιρα τις αρχές, σε περίπτωση έντονης μεταβολής του καρδιακού ρυθμού του οδηγού.

Επίσης η Hyundai παρουσίασε το Cockpit Concept, ένα προηγμένο σύστημα που προβάλει τους καρδιακούς χτύπους του οδηγού, ενημερώνει με μηνύματα τον οδηγό, παρακολουθεί το τυφλό σημείο, και την απόσταση από το προπορευόμενο όχημα, ενημερώνει έγκαιρα τον οδηγό για χαμηλή στάθμη καυσίμου, διαθέτει προηγμένο σύστημα πλοήγησης που μεταξύ άλλων μπορεί να μεταφέρει την διαδρομή σε ένα smartphone/tablet ώστε οι επιβάτες του αυτοκινήτου να ολοκληρώσουν πεζοί την διαδρομή.

Το Cockpit Concept αναγνωρίζει τρισδιάστατα gestures (χειρονομίες), δίνοντας τη δυνατότητα στον οδηγό να χειριστεί με το χέρι του τα συστήματα ήχου, πλοήγησης, ψυχαγωγίας, κλιματισμού κ.α. Επίσης η Κορεατική εταιρία παρουσιάζει ένα νέο σύστημα ψυχαγωγίας για τους πίσω επιβάτες που δίνει τη δυνατότητα στους επιβάτες να ελέγχουν αρκετές λειτουργίες του οχήματος, όπως η πλοήγηση και ο ήχος, ώστε ο οδηγός να μπορεί να κρατήσει τα μάτια του στον δρόμο.

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HYUNDAI SHOWCASES FUTURE TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY AT 2015 CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW

Augmented reality Head Up Display (HUD)

Driver information is projected in the form of animations on the windshield
The future of connectivity3D-gesture controls

Wearable devices
Tablets to control features, monitor children and provide rear seat entertainment
Autonomous driving – Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 5, 2015 – Connected cars, voice recognition, hand gesture controls, wearable devices and smartphone apps are technologies Hyundai is exploring to improve the driving experience for customers. At the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES®), Hyundai brings a collection of new technologies, highlighting advanced infotainment features and driver assistance systems. Hyundai’s exhibit (North Hall, booth #2818) at CES will be open Jan. 6-9, 2015 for demonstrations of the all-new transportation technologies.

Hyundai’s Intersection Movement System
Hyundai’s Augmented Reality Head-Up Display and Intersection Movement System

AUGMENTED REALITY HEAD-UP DISPLAY SYSTEM AND WEARABLES

Basic Head-Up Displays (HUD) appeared in cars the late 1980s, when they only offered the speedometer as a virtual image projected onto the windshield. This virtual image helped drivers to keep their eyes on the road. The futuristic HUD found inside the 2015 Genesis includes driving information, such as Smart Cruise Control status, navigation, Blind Spot Detection, and Forward Collision and Lane Departure Warnings. All this information is projected at a perceived virtual distance approximately six feet ahead of the driver for maximum legibility while driving.

At CES, Hyundai is showcasing a production-ready augmented reality HUD concept. This system presents even more driver information in the form of animations, which describe road conditions ahead. On the augmented reality HUD, drivers will see warnings when a car is about to unexpectedly enter their lane, arrows leading to exit ramps, highlighted street signs, Smart Cruise Control distance bars and one-way street markings.

Hyundai has also linked the augmented HUD to a wearable band. This band will vibrate when the Lane Departure Warning System is activated or when the car is about to unexpectedly enter the driver’s lane. It is also a heart rate monitor that can notify 911 if a driver’s heart rate changes rapidly.

Hyundai’s Future Infotainment Screens
Hyundai’s Future Infotainment Screens

FUTURE CONNECTIVITY

Hyundai continues to explore new customer applications for connected devices inside and outside of vehicles. At CES, the 2015 Hyundai Cockpit Concept will demonstrate the following new technologies:

Heart rate monitoring
Driver alertness monitor with rest recommendation messages
Blind spot and safe following distance warnings
Advanced low fuel level warnings
Advanced turn-by-turn navigation
Navigation transfer from inside the car to a mobile device for walking to a final destination
Calendar life log information display with daily driving activities
Sharing information among vehicle, cloud, tablet, smartphone and wearable devices
POI suggestions by ranking and driver preferences
Gas stations near route

REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM AND CONNECTIVITY

Hyundai is exploring using tablets to control features and monitor children in the back seat. Below are some of the futuristic tablet features, which will be on display at the CES:

Rear seat passenger monitoring via the head unit screen and a connected tablet’s camera
Specialized rear seat tablet mounts with connectivity
Tablet-based “copilot/navigator” controls, which allow a passenger to select vehicle infotainment and comfort features while the driver’s eyes remain on the road:
Audio / Video system
Climate control features
Navigation: POI search and destination search
Life log information

3D GESTURE CONTROLS

Inside the Hyundai Cockpit Concept, Hyundai engineers will showcase state-of-the-art 3D hand-gesture recognition. The Cockpit Concept is able to recognize driver commands free from the distractions associated with finding buttons and switches. 3D hand-gesture recognition can be used to select navigation, infotainment, audio, HVAC, and even smartphone connectivity functions. Simple hand-gesture shortcuts can be used to play/pause music, advance to the next track or return to the previous track. Hand-gesture recognition is accomplished with advanced infrared and camera sensors. This intuitive gesture interface provides the driver with controls, while keeping their eyes safely on the road and represents Hyundai’s future vision for human machine interface.

Hyundai’s Narrow Passage Assistant System
Hyundai’s Narrow Passage System

ADVANCED DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS (ADAS) FOR TRAFFIC SAFETY

Hyundai believes in advanced driver assistance systems for enhancing customer safety and convenience. Six new systems will be shown at CES. These systems have a high probability of being production ready in the near future.

Advanced driver assistance systems need to be functional, efficient and intervene only at appropriate times. This is because every road and driver is different. Hyundai is working to provide the optimal level of support for each road and situation.

Remote auto parking
This system will make all parking maneuvers automatically
Connectivity among vehicles, infrastructure, and devices (referred to as V2X)
V2P (Vehicle to Pedestrian)
Collision with pedestrian warning
V2I (Vehicle to Infrastructure)
Traffic signal information (current signal phase and countdown to change), speed suggestion, school zone info, weather
V2V (Vehicle to Vehicle)
Emergency braking, intersection assist, emergency vehicle warning, road construction warning, do not pass warning
Driving Aids
Highway driving assist
Distance/speed control
Lane guidance control
Automatic speed adjustment
Emergency stop
If the wearable device determines that the driver is impaired, this system safely guides the vehicle to the shoulder and stops it
Narrow path assist
Recognizes the vehicle is traveling on a very narrow path and automatically controls lateral movements
Variable speed limit system
Automatically varies vehicle speed for current conditions
Traffic jam assist
Virtual lane generation
Distance/speed control under low speed conditions
Pedestrian Alert
If a collision with a pedestrian is imminent, the vehicle issues a warning sound and activates the brakes

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