Instead of jabbing on radio keys or being tempted to reach out to the ear, users will soon be able to point their infotainment device to accept an incoming call—an easy workaround that means the driver will never have to take their eyes off the lane.
FREMONT, CA: Staying up-to-date and conscious of technical breakthroughs is essential to the automotive industry. Carmakers are continually trying to keep up to date with new technologies. When smart technology progresses, businesses need to work hard to stop being left behind. One has also seen significant developments, such as Bluetooth in-car applications, dash-cams, and key finders. So, what is next for the automobile technology world? Take a look.
Displays AR Dashboard
Prepare to improve the driving experience with augmented reality dashboards giving the dashboard an esthetic video game. The AR displays will reveal every detail one needs to know about the car itself. They will also give users other vital road information, such as how quickly they are approaching another vehicle and how best to avoid collisions.
Full Integration with Phones and Smartwatches
Smart devices and cars are already starting to synchronize. Current developments have seen automotive makers team up with the intelligent wear app, which helps one complete a range of commands on their smartwatch. One can start their engine remotely from the watch, lock car doors, sound the horn, and turn the headlights on and off. Some vehicles are now being developed with built-in applications. Many models are now incorporating typical applications into the infotainment device, making it appear like the normal screen on the computer.
Automated Parking Systems
Nervous parkers all over will love this breakthrough. Systems that allow cars to locate and access parking spaces already exist. Still, with new infrastructure surrounding automatic parking systems predicted, the future looks promising for those who hate parking. This infrastructure would encourage riders to exit the car at the garage entrance, allowing them to venture out and find their own parking spot. And when one is ready to be reunited with their wheels, a quick tap on the app will indicate to the car that it is time to get back to the drop-off point.
3D Gesture Technology
Who knew that a little wave of the hand might be strong enough to control the car? Like sorcery, one will soon be able to handle all of the vehicle's components with mere movements. As well as being futuristic and enjoyable, this device is intended to make driving simpler and safer. Instead of jabbing on radio keys or being tempted to reach out to the ear, users will soon be able to point their infotainment device to accept an incoming call—an easy workaround that means the driver will never have to take their eyes off the lane.