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5 FUTURE CAR TECHNOLOGIES THAT TRULY HAVE A CHANCE

Across
all industries, technology is advancing at a rapid rate.  Unlike in other fields of advancement, a
great deal is expected in automobiles. 

Technologies
expected include self-driving cars, energy storing car body panels, vehicles
that run off electricity, an endless list of possibilities. Some of the
scenarios for the automobile that has not yet broken into the media, but there
are possible changes shortly include:

1. Self-driving cars
These cars not
only record images of the road but, computerized maps view road signs, finds
alternative routes, and also see traffic lights before even getting visible to
a person. They are capable of analyzing and processing information about their surroundings
faster than human. They may seem far off, but in the near decade, the test will
be done and launched officially.
2. Airbags
They are to be
added in a car to help stop them on the way. We are used to airbags like side
airbags, seat belts, those deploying under us, and many more. The above kind of
airbag will help stop a vehicle before a crash. They are part of an overall
safety system whenever there is a particular scenario. It is regarded as a
potential future technology since it uses existing vehicle systems. They not
only protect passengers but also stop the car as well.
3. Energy storing car body panels
Auto manufacturers
are currently researching and testing car body panels. They are expected to be
capable of storing energy as well as charge faster than the usual conventional
batteries of today. These in-built batteries take a lot of space and are heavy.
The new body panels are strong enough to be used in vehicles and pliable
enough. They could also reduce cars weight by up to a certain percentage. The
extra savings in weight would also eliminate wasted energy used in moving
weight from batteries. The industry is also getting concerned on body panels
that would capture solar energy and be stored in a lightweight board.
4. Cars communicating with other vehicles
The United States,
in collaboration with car manufacturers, are in the process of implementing
this technology. These will enable future cars to communicate with each other
as well as objects around them. These will be of help since a car can see
signals of the accident and automatically warn the other one through the
automatic hit of breaks. A V2V system using wireless signals is the main agenda
in transferring information between cars to increase automotive safety.
5. Augmented reality dashboard
There is more
advanced than the used GPS and other in-car displays. It will be capable of
identifying external objects in front of the driver and display information on
the windshield. This AR will overlay data on top of what a driver sees in real
life. Its GPS could highlight the actual lane, show the driver where to turn
down the road without taking off eyes from the way. AR will also allow passengers
to select, zoom, and identify objects from the car using a touch screen window.
This system may not be here yet, but shortly cars will be equipped with it.
All
these advancements right on the horizon were at the time considered as fantasy.
However, they are likely to arrive near in the future than expected worldwide.

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