Nissan Applies Fish Behavior To Study Collision-free Vehicles

Nissan Applies Fish Behavior to Study Collision-Free VehiclesSeven small robots could help change the fundamental way we get around forever. These little chick-like creatures made by Nissan Motor Company are called EPOROs - or zero emission robot car concepts. They run on electricity and use algorithms to move in harmony and in solitude. This was the first time the EPOROs visited the United States, making their debut at the newly minted Nissan Research Center – Silicon Valley (NRC-SV).

Denso Develops Pedestrian Collision Detection Sensor

DENSO Develops Pedestrian Collision Detection SensorDenso has developed a pedestrian collision detection sensor for the Pop-up Hood*. The new sensor more precisely detects head-on collisions between vehicles and pedestrians, enabling the Pop-up Hood to operate more accurately.

Infiniti Jx Advanced Backup Collision Intervention System Named To Popular Science Best Of What's New List

Infiniti JX Advanced Backup Collision Intervention System Named to Popular Science Best of What's New ListSeeing the world differently is often considered a prerequisite for invention. Before you can change the world, you need a unique vision. A unique vision is also a way to describe Infiniti's Backup Collision Intervention (BCI) system, a world's first technology recently introduced on the all-new 2013 Infiniti JX 7-passenger luxury crossover and today selected to Popular Science magazine's prestigious "2012 Best of What's New" list. The winners, presented across 12 categories, are listed in the December issue of the magazine and include 100 top tech innovations that represent a significant leap in their areas.