The video-based blind-spot view monitor displays what traffic is in the lane next using a small camera on either side of the car.
FREMONT, CA: Electronic technology in cars is almost as crucial as what is under the hood these days. From safety and security to connectivity and communication, these systems are critical. And as automobiles get more advanced, it directly impacts how users engage with the vehicle.
Wireless smartphone charging and connectivity are now available in more vehicles than ever before, but it is more frequent on higher trim levels and luxury cars. Look for a vehicle that only has wireless charging if one wants to charge their phone on the move for a more affordable price. This approach usually involves resting the phone on a charging station.
Video Rearview Mirror
Has one ever returned from a supply run with so many things in the car's interior that the rear window is blocked and the rearview mirror is rendered useless? A video rearview mirror displays the image behind the vehicle using a camera positioned on the vehicle's back. This type of mirror is in the same location as a typical mirror and has the same size, but when one wishes to use it, they can change between the mirror view and the video setting.
Blind-Spot View Monitor
When one is getting ready to change lanes, many drivers prefer the idea of having an easy-to-view screen that displays what is on either side of the car. The video-based blind-spot view monitor displays what traffic is in the lane next using a small camera on either side of the car. These warnings can help avoid colliding with another vehicle or a bicycle, or a motorbike rider.
Advanced Driver Assist Systems
Several automakers offer technologies to detect risks early, decrease driver fatigue, and make traffic flow more smoothly. It will even park the vehicle. Many of these systems are available as part of a package, although many are also available alone.