Nissan ProPilot to Feature Unique ADAS Element

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Sept. 3, 2019—Nissan and Nio are two automakers that have recently announced updated versions of their advanced driver assist, according to a report by Forbes.

Nissan and Nio are using the latest EyeQ4 vision system from Mobileye. When REM-enabled vehicles drive down the road, the view from cameras is compared to an existing map and when new static features appear or change, that information is relayed back to Mobileye’s servers to update the maps.

The ProPilot 2.0 system that will be available in the Skyline. ProPilot 2.0 uses a trifocal front camera system that can see both wide angle and 250m down the road. In combination with radar sensors around the vehicle like SuperCruise, it will enable hands-off lane centering. It can also alert the driver of safe lane-change opportunities and execute them when the driver puts their hands on the wheel and taps a switch. 



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