Evolution driving assistance systems they will immediately take a vehicle capable of acting independently of a person. But, as there is still much to be done to achieve this goal, there are also engineers who are still committed to improving someone's skills on the wheel.
This is an amazing case ClearSight (clear view) Land Rover, a system that allows the driver to see the land that crosses the hood and engine.
Range Rover Evoque 2019.
It's not something magical or chemical compound. UK brand is used radars and cameras to somehow see the driver through the object.
To do this, he uses a camera in the new front sector Range Rover Evoque and two, which are mounted on the side mirrors, one on both sides. And it transmits everything in real time to the screen located on the central console.
As seen in the images, the image quality of the transmitted image is very high and is designed as if it were a wide-angle lens.
There are many benefits to this system. One of the biggest disadvantages of an SUV is for him poor visibility right in front of the front, thanks to the height of its stem.
The system allows you to see everything below, even if you have a child or an animal.
The driver's clear field of vision begins with the height of the rear mirror, the width of which is 1.2 meters on each side of the vehicle and extends to 8.5 meters forward, where the sight width reaches 15 meters.
This system can be a great help when traveling on a difficult terrain, where many times you see us directly. where you drive to the vehicle. As indicated on the road, before every complicated obstacle, get to the vehicle to make sure where we are going. With this technology it would not be necessary.
This system helps you know a lot where you accelerate your vehicle.
On the other hand, what this technology transmits is not a simulation. That's to say that If a child started playing under the vehicle or if there 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 installed on a prototype and is still in the development phase. The new Evoque generation is already available in its range.
But it also has another device that uses it expanded reality, although in this case it is visible back. It is cute rear view mirror, which can act as such or a screen that transmits images.
This would be a normal vision if we transport a very rigid item.
This is complemented by a camera located in the rear sector, which has a much wider field of vision, up to 50 degrees, compared to a 25-degree conventional mirror.
This allows us to continue to see what happens behind the vehicle, even if we carry large items in the luggage, which usually disturbs our vision.
With ClearSight you can see back even with a trunk up.
According to the brand, the camera is at an angle that avoids the brightness of any other vehicle and is covered with a waterproof foil that cleanses the water.
The camera offers a field of view twice as wide as an ordinary mirror.
The new one Range Rover Evoque It was recently introduced in Europe and launches a style that is similar to the largest and most luxurious British brand vehicles.
The new Range Rover Evoque now looks more like a brand of larger and more luxurious vehicles.
It's built on a new platform which provides greater rigidity and includes a wide range of engines, versions with front or integrated traction and 6 speed manual or 9-speed automatic gearboxes.
This is not yet confirmed when this model will reach our market.
These latest transfer versions can be supplemented with a 48 volt electrical system, which includes a small electric motor that does not push the wheels of the vehicle but is in itself responsible for the energy supply to most systems.