The evolution of the Driving assistance systems They will unfailingly take us to a vehicle that can be managed on its own, regardless of humanity. But since there is still a lot to do with this, there are engineers who are still trying to improve the ability of a person at the wheel.
This is the surprising thing ClearSight (Vision clear) of Land Rover, a system that allows the driver to see the ground that travels through the hood and the engine.
Range Rover Evoque 2019.
It is not a magical thing or a chemical compound. The British brand uses radars and cameras because somehow the driver can see through the subject.
To achieve this, use a camera located in the front of the new sector Range Rover Evoque and two that are mounted in the side mirrors, one on each side. And it transmits everything in real time to the screen located in the center console.
As you can see in the images, the resolution quality of the transmitted image is very high and it projects as if you were using a wide-angle lens.
With this system there are many benefits that are obtained. One of the big disadvantages of the SUV is yours little visibility just ahead of the front sector, due to the height of its horn.
The system allows you to see everything underneath, even if a child or an animal was put in.
The vision field offered by ClearSight to the driver starts at the height of mirrors, with a viewing width of 1.2 meters towards each side of the vehicles, and extends up to 8.5 meters Forward, where the width of vision reaches 15 meters.
This system can offer a great service when traveling through complicated terrain, where you often see exactly where is the car going on?. It is indicated, in the practice of the off road, to get off the vehicle in front of each complex obstacle to be sure where we are going to happen. With this technology it would not be necessary.
This system helps a lot to know where the vehicle is going through.
On the other hand, what transmits this technology is not a simulation. That is to say If a child is playing under the vehicle or there is an animal, we will see them as well. Its operation is available up to 30 km / h.
Land Rover had for the first time shown the ClearSight to 2014, But mounted on a prototype and still under development. The new generation of the Evoqui already has it available in its range.
But it also has another device that uses the augmented reality, Although in this case it is to look back. It is a question smart mirror mirror, Which can work as such or as a screen that transmits images.
This would be the normal vision if we had a very large object in the trunk.
It is complemented with a camera located in the back sector, which offers one much wider field of vision, Up to 50 degrees, compared to 25 degrees of a conventional rearview mirror.
This allows us to continue to see what happens behind the vehicle even though we carry large objects in the trunk that in normal conditions would hinder our vision.
With ClearSight you can see back and everything with the bagul to the maximum.
According to the brand, the camera is located at an angle that would prevent glare from the lights of another vehicle and is covered by a hydrophobic film that repels the water.
The camera offers a double visor field wide with respect to a conventional rearview mirror.
the new one Range Rover Evoque It was recently presented in Europe and it has a style that looks more like the larger and luxurious vehicles of the British brand.
The new Range Rover Evoque now looks like the biggest and most luxurious vehicles in the brand.
It is built on one new platform which gives greater stiffness and includes a wide range of engines, versions with front or integral traction and manual gearboxes of 6 speeds or automatic 9.
It is not yet confirmed when this model will arrive in our market.
The versions that carry this last transmission can be complemented by one 48 volt electric system, Which includes a small electric motor that does not push the wheels of the vehicles but that is responsible for providing energy to most systems.