Jaguar Land Rover presented its Autonomous parking system that, by itself, finds the right place and parks the vehicle. This technology, according to the company, will eliminate "part" of the stress generated by urban traffic on a daily basis.
“We are investing a lot in automation technologies because we want to simplify our customers' lives and give them more security. Reducing the stress generated by day-to-day city traffic and, for example, the need to park in a narrow space, means that we can enjoy more of the fun aspects of our vehicles ", he claimed Joerg schlinkheider, Jaguar Land Rover's chief engineer for the Autonomous Car ,.
The tests have been carried out on open roads in Milton Keynes (United Kingdom), as part of the work carried out by Jaguar Land Rover with UK Autodrive, a consortium formed in the UK to explore new processes on autonomous vehicle and connected car technologies.
The company is also developing connectivity technologies that help speed up the integration of different autonomous driving systems. These elements allow the different vehicles to communicate with each other and the environment in which they are, offering drivers information in real time and making it easier for the car to react "more quickly and efficiently".
In this way, the firm has tested the Emergency Vehicle Warning system, which alerts the driver when an emergency vehicle, such as an ambulance, approaches, and the Electronic Emergency Brake Light, which generates a warning when Another connected vehicle brakes sharply.