While participating in (CES 2021), the renowned “Panasonic” company has presented five futuristic technologies that will help make future automatic vehicles more efficient and comfortable.
These technologies include wireless cloud cameras, Dolby Atmos surround sound systems and an enhanced reality HUD screen.
The company captures its first wireless camera at a speed of 60 frames per second, communicates information directly to the information system screen via the vehicle’s wireless network, and is designed to adapt to the towing trailer to see unobstructed traffic conditions around the vehicle.
Panasonic is working closely with Google to develop the custom Android automotive operating system featured in Pole Star 2 and the Volvo XC40 Recharge.
The company has showcased the audio system that started with a partnership between Panasonic Automotive, Clips and Dolby Atmos Music, the Dolby Atmos audio system for your car.
Panasonic’s HUD covers a large part of the road, with traditional group content, namely: approximate field speed and fuel as well as three – dimensional field coverage; What the forward route navigation and spatially important driver data maps show.
In the video, Panasonic puts blue navigation lines, a driver’s direction on the road, a yellow sign indicates a cyclist on either side of the road, and flashing signals warn cars that they are approaching too much.
Regular HUD screens display information such as speed and navigation instructions through windscreen or transparent plastic screen, so the driver does not have to look at the car’s measurements or screen.
Numbers and symbols usually look like they are floating somewhere in a vehicle, and some companies have discovered how they sit on real objects – including other cars and pedestrians – creating some kind of realistic experience for the driver in the real world.
Panasonic’s reality HUD uses eye tracking technology to keep a close eye on the driver, while the vibration control system helps compensate for other shocks and vibrations and maintains the image of the windshield from the driver’s point of view.
Demonstration radar scans the road through at least three traffic lanes, and if the driver navigation system is used, the HUD will show a lane on the road to indicate the correct lane.
The system can distinguish faded lanes that are difficult to see, and if the car approaches the car in front of you, a warning sign may appear behind the other car, warning the driver to give more space.
The company has announced two different types of wireless charging systems in the car, a moving coil and a fixed coil, both of which can be charged up to 15 watts and are similar in size to a traditional charger and both types are Qi 1.3. Uses charging standard.