The world’s technology advancing rate is at its peak and so are car technologies. What we think is in the future is probably here with us. New technologies offer us safer as well as smarter cars all through. Ofcos what was first built in 1885 has been developed to what we see now. And today is not the end. It seems like we are in the beginning. Here is a review of some of the future car technologies that will come to reality sooner than we may think.
AR dashboards refer to augmented reality dashboards. The technologies under development feature improved displays on the windscreen. Details such as navigation arrows as well as driving speeds on your windscreen form a major coming technology. These dashboards help in ensuring the driver stays focused right ahead. And if not, the windscreen gets notified through constant monitoring of the human eye. After that, the car may shift to autonomous mode, reduce speed as well as notifying the driver.
These dashboards continue to spark outrage all over the world with both Toyota and Apple filling for patents for these displays.
Airbags That Help Stop Cars
Since the invention of airbags, they have increased safety to people during accidents. However, they feature on the inside of cars. How about on the outside? We find airbag technology everywhere in the car in seatbelts, sides, on the knees, as well as under us. Future car technology views cars with airbags on the outside of the car probably on the underneath of the car that helps stop the car.
These airbags under development feature breaking mechanisms through a friction coating that suddenly slows the car. At a point where the impact is inevitable, then sensors will send signals that will help release the airbag from underneath to help double the stopping power of the car. This will become a reality as it incorporates current technologies on the car and will greatly improve the results of an impact.
Energy-storing Body Panels
Environmental conservation forms one of the major concerns on future car technologies. As such, a shift to hybrid technologies. However, the challenges of hybrid cars feature batteries that must be involved. Their size as well as weight form the main concern. As such, the development of smart bodies doubling up as energy storage systems forms the solution.
Having strong while on the other hand pliable panels helps in reducing the weight of the care thereby making it energy efficient. The main material of these panels is carbon resin and polymer fiber.
Most of the future technology is geared up towards ensuring that humans live in a safe world. This also encompasses the conservation of the environment. While these car technologies seem far from, the future offers a more realistic with developments from top companies. These include Mercedes who are experimenting with the airbags or the Toyota and Apple companies who are engaged in developing the AR Dashboards.
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