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How Nissan Technological Prospective Big Man Interprets I2V

2019-1-8 15:17| 发布者: 左二爷| 查看: 502| 评论: 0|来自: 成都夜网www.cdr114.net

摘要: On Jan. 9, Beijing Time, Nissan will take the latest technological advances in self-driving and new energy to attend this US CES exhibition. According to previous information, Nissan will exhibit key ...
On Jan. 9, Beijing Time, Nissan will take the latest technological advances in self-driving and new energy to attend this US CES exhibition. According to previous information, Nissan will exhibit key technologies and models including Invisible Visualization (I2V), Leaf E-Plus and so on. The day before the launch, Ivan Espinosa, Vice President of Nissan's Global Product Strategy and Product Planning Department, shared more information about the CES with us.

Ivan Espinosa, Vice President of Nissan Global Product Strategy and Planning, Ivan Espinosa, Vice President of Nissan Global Product Strategy and Planning, Ivan Espinosa
Revolutionary Interactive Mode of Intelligent Driving
Unlike the "one-shot" of the new forces in automobile manufacturing, the progress of traditional automobile enterprises in automobile driving is often traceable. One of the greatest highlights of this CES automobile category technology, I2V invisible visualization, is Nissan's accumulated achievements in automatic driving for many years.

Mr. Ivan mentioned that the biggest challenge in the automotive industry is how to supply the world with the latest technology. At present, Nissan's technology in assistant driving is called "ProPilot", which has sold 240,000 vehicles worldwide. From the user feedback collected by Nissan, ProPilot has a very good experience, even in Japan and Europe in a "supply exceeds demand" state.

Mr. Ivan said that the main reason for the shortage of ProPilots was that consumers in different markets had different habits of use, different countries had different policies and regulations, and R&D departments needed to adapt to each region. So although ProPilots relied on the same hardware, they had to make fine-tuning at the software and hardware levels, which was a relatively time-consuming and cost-consuming step. At the same time, Mr. Ivan also mentioned that Nissan will make priority technology adaptation for different markets, and will not ignore a certain market. From this we can see that without Nissan ProPilot, such as R&D, testing, production, use, feedback closed-loop, there will be no mature automatic driving technology, and the I2V technology of this CES debut will be even more impossible to talk about.

Too sci-fi? You can't take it out without a little bit of bottom gas.
At last year's CES exhibition, Nissan unveiled the technology of "brain control", which means that drivers can control the behavior of vehicles through the mind. When on earth will this technology, which now seems to have some science fiction colours, come to fruition? Mr. Ivan also put forward his views.
"Unseen" I2V technology to meet us depends on a variety of different factors. For example, the iteration of network technology, the first generation is called the Internet, we are now in the 2.0 cloud era, and the 3.0 generation is to achieve the interconnection of all things. Nissan's I2V technology will not be 100% complete until the 3.0 era, and this time node is likely to be in the 1930s. By then, I2V will be integrated into all aspects of automobile life. For example, shopping mall parking, I2V technology can send the parking space just vacated in real time, which is convenient for owners to find quickly. Nowadays, most auto-assisted vehicles rely heavily on body sensors (cameras, radar). In the future, when we enter the era of interconnection, cars will become like the I2V technology that we show today, and it will see much more than human drivers can see.

I2V is a gradual process, its functions will gradually increase until "complete body".  For example, I2V can communicate with the vehicle by telling the driver in advance that there is lateral traffic at the intersection when it is covered by the wall. Details like this are not far from us. Therefore, the demonstration of I2V technology on the CES Nissan booth may give us a strong shock, but in fact it is not so far away.

Technical cooperation is better than fighting alone
Traditionally, we always feel that Japanese car companies are relatively closed in technology research and development, but Mr. Ivan's explanation dispelled this doubt.  Nissan always puts the satisfaction of consumers'needs first, rather than the question of "who to cooperate with". Nissan has cooperated with local science and technology enterprises in Europe and Japan, and Nissan has never evaded cooperation with Chinese science and technology enterprises. In fact, such cooperation has already begun.

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