Over a century ago, the car industry started its technological revolution. Any technology is known to make life easier for humans. Since the introduction of the first autos, our lives have expanded in variety and appeal. After all, we can go large distances with a vehicle’s assistance.
Even without having own car, we can use the services of a company that will provide us with a car for rent. It can be like a lambo car rental if you want a new experience. You can also rent a regular minivan or station wagon. A rented car, like any car in principle, helps us to overcome distances. A huge plus of renting a car is the opportunity to drive those cars that you cannot afford to buy.
We welcome you to become acquainted with six new automobile technologies that historically have and historically still continue to make driving a modern car simpler for the driver.
1. Wi-Fi hotspot
For these uses, there is a 3G/4G module that can transmit Wi-Fi to numerous electronic devices across a 150-meter range.
Numerous automakers have already adopted this knowledge.
General Motors intends to install the same 4G LTE cellular modules and fast Wi-Fi sharing in the majority of its vehicles.
2. Assistant parking machine
Finding a spot to park your car might be a pain in the neck. Even if you have a parking space, you usually spend too much time on it. To do this, the most recent technology is available today from the business “Audi”.
After you pull up to a shopping center or a store and get out near the entrance, the car will use a sophisticated system to find a parking place and park itself without your assistance or even in your absence. The program will immediately carry out your command when you use a smartphone and special software to advise or alert your car that you have left the shopping center so that it can drive up to the location of your disembarkation after you have finished shopping or visiting a business.
3. Tire pressure monitoring system
You will notice right away how the front fog lights or turn signals (depending on the modification) start blinking if you choose to inflate the tire nearby, at work, or at a petrol station by attaching the pump directly to the wheel.
The fog lamp(s) will flash as the tire is inflated to let you know that the wheel (tire) is inflating. The automobile will automatically sound the horn and stop the fog lamp(s) from blinking whenever the pressure in the wheel reaches the required rate in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommended criteria.
4. Tires without air
This is the corporation “Bridgestone’s” evolution. A rubber firm has developed airless tires as a result of years of research. These tires don’t contain air; instead, a micro-mesh of strong rubber holds the shape of the wheel and the tire together even under heavy loads. Since the tire doesn’t require air, the car can continue traveling freely and risk-free even if a wheel (or tire) is punctured. These tires are more meaningful and environmentally friendly than ordinary rubber since the thermoplastic material used to make them (including the tread) is derived from recycled resources.
5. Window coating that repels water
Normal automotive glass is protected from cracks and damage by a specific hydrophobic coating that prevents the glass from getting dirty and dirty with the same drops of water. Water and any accumulating condensate are repelled by the covering. This coating effectively increases visibility in rainy conditions and makes it easier to dry glasses after cleaning them.
6. Smart lights
A video camera, a projector, a laser beam splitter, and a computer based on an Intel CPU make up this system.
The camera determines in your upper field of vision where a drop of rain or snow will fall and then independently projects a completely discolored obstacle in front of your eyes in the form of these precipitations. This prevents snow or rain from creating large obstacles for your visibility in the headlights. It takes 13 milliseconds to complete this step.
And this is only a small part of all the technologies that have been or will be put into operation. Undoubtedly, all these technologies help us drive and allow us to concentrate more on the road.
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