Nissan's Brain-to-Vehicle Technology to Make Driving Safer

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The SEO cognoscente of the meticulous and highly approached Seo Company in Delhi explains that self-drive cars, also widely known as autonomous or driver less cars are already gracing the streets of lots of countries, serving us the clear sign of the changes occurring in the automobile technology sphere. While companies are fighting head-to-head and working relentlessly to be the first automobile giant to dish out the most advanced self-driving technology to market the soonest, Nissan, Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer is working on serving the customers with a technology which is a far better extension of autonomous car technology- The Brain-to-Vehicle technology. Nissan isn’t leaving any stone unturned in not only providing the drivers with the best-in-class driving experience but also to make driving a lot more easier and safer. Taking the driving game a notch up with its Nissan Intelligent Mobility technology suite, the automobile giant is providing a middle ground between traditional driving and self-driving vehicles.








Announced at the beginning of January 2018, the Brain-to-Vehicle technology claims to speed up a driver’s reaction time to make driving safer and more enjoyable. Talking about the semantics of this new-in-domain drive-assist feature, the system goes about interpreting the signals from the driver’s brain to help cars adapt to the dynamic nature of the human brain. Though the complete working mechanism of this exclusive technology is still to be revealed, we are ecstatic as to how this technology will unfold and what the consumer response will be.


But, we can shed some light on the simple fact that these brain-assisted cars in order to gauge and interpret electrical patterns in a person’s brain take the assistance of Electroencephalography or EEG. For the technology to do its job, a headset is used which is dotted with tiny electrodes that press directly against a person’s scalp to elucidate brain signals.


Nissan, in order to learn the dynamics and to get a strong grip on the working of these brain-assisted cars, has collaborated with the National Institute of Scientific Research in Canada, and Bitbrain, a Spanish company that has mastered in the brain-computer interfaces arena. This is not the first time an automobile company is diving into the sea to explore the nook and cranny of the collaboration of human brain and driving experience, this technology was first surfaced way back in 2011, followed by various attempts made by companies like Jaguar in 2015 and Renault in 2016.


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