Nissan i2V (Invisible to Visible) Technology

Nissan i2V Invisible to Visible Technology

Nissan i2V:- World changes and gets better and better, introducing new technologies. Technology immersing the virtual world into the real world to see the invisible-virtual worked on by Nissan new technology i2v. This futuristic vision of this technology maker for the vehicle that can merge both the real and virtual worlds, which will help to see the invisible infinite world.

Nissan i2V Invisible to Visible Technology

Nissan Omni-sensing technology provided this i2v, which act as a hub gathering the real-time data from surrounding of a vehicle. They use two technology fields, the first one is SAM (Seamless Autonomous Mobility) and another is Pro-Pilot semi-autonomous. SAM analyses the real-time road information, while Pro-Pilot support system to provide data around car surroundings.

With this autonomous drive become more comfortable and enjoyable. A driver can change the inside weather of the car depending on his mood, no matter that is the weather outside. Further, it will give easy asses to the new area by getting information from cloud data. 

During manual driving, i2V provides a 360-degree view to a driver, which will help the drive to see in poor visibility corner, showing road conditions, and oncoming traffic. Moreover, while driver arrives his destination, i2V scan for the easy parking location.

Nissan i2V Invisible to Visible Technology

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