Honda unveils automatic parking system

Honda unveils automatic parking system

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Honda unveils natural parking system

Honda’s latest parking technology indicates a step for autonomous driving.

The new automatic valet parking system created by Honda was recently demonstrated at the Insightful Transportation System (ITS) World Congress in Tokyo.

The technology allows drivers utilize a valet service provided by their own cars. The car is fitted with a Wi-Fi system and stern-view-camera. Utilising these in conjunction with information read from the car woodland’s surveillance system, the car is able to park itself.

Honda revealed this parking technology junior to an umbrella concept of ‘Safety For Everyone’. The driverless valet system aims to order parking both safer and easier for shoppers. This has coincided with bright, safety-conscious developments such as semi-autonomous driving and non-contact galvanizing vehicle recharging.

A spokesperson for Honda stated: “As the number of cars increases, it’ll happen to essential to move them around efficiently. So, we think this kind of set will become increasingly necessary.” At the ITS World Congress, Honda said this organized whole will be in use by 2020.

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