Video: "Automatic Machines" Hyundai And & Nbsp; Kia Learned To Switch On The & Nbsp; Navigator
Hyundai and Ki have announced the creation of the world's first ICT system that pre-shifts gears in an automatic transmission based on data received from a 3D map navigation system, cameras and adaptive cruise control radar. The novelty is equipped with artificial intelligence.
- The ICT system detects changes in road conditions in real time and the appearance of other vehicles in front of the vehicle. For example, includes coasting neutral if the vehicle ahead is steadily driving or downhill. The system is also capable of downshifting and engaging in sport mode to integrate into the stream when entering the highway.
ICT can also brake with the engine when it detects bumps, speed bumps and areas with reduced speed limits. In all cases, the distance to the vehicle in front is constantly monitored by the frontal radar.
- The developers say the system should reduce the amount of braking by 11 percent and the number of gear changes by 43 percent. This, in turn, will reduce wear on transmission and brake components and reduce driver fatigue.
The ICT system will appear in future Hyundai and Kia models, but it is not known which ones and when. Later, the creators will teach her to interact with traffic lights and adapt to the movement in the "green wave".
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