New models of Ford vehicles will be equipped with technology to allow waters to recognize the presence of a pedestrian in unsafe proximity, to make it possible to know the position of the visibility zone.
< p>Ford says that the technology is based on Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) signals, which have begun to win everywhere in today's outbuildings for low energy and sufficient range. The mobile add-on, over which Ford works now, will transmit information about the health of both hikers and cyclists on the company's vehicles equipped with the SYNC on-board system.
For as long as you can't figure out, it's possible that Ford's add-on can be used as a smart phone and as a win-win. In addition, the power to the accuracy of the positioning of the BLE signals, which is no more than high on the great roads, was passed in the results of the Institute of Physics (IOP) assessment conducted in 2019.
Researchers have shown that different BLE beacon positioning systems show similar test results and that the average accuracy is between 0.79 and 2.28 meters. However, at a distance of 10 meters, the accuracy of the positioning of the floor becomes low, in the worst case, the error in the position of the BLE-beacon can reach 7.81 meters. In this way, BLE technology will give a lot of room for the teeth of a transport problem that is collapsing.
According to the British insurance company RAC, a car that crashes at a speed of 65 km/year, it takes 14 meters of galmive road to a grain, which means that Ford's bet on BLE technology to show pedestrians p>
Ford is convinced that SYNC-equipped vehicles are already equipped with the necessary technologies to implement this technology, so the modernization will not be necessary. Jim Buczkowski, chief executive officer of Ford, said that the new BLE technology is practical in tandem with the existing Co-Pilot360 water-assisted technology, which shows pedestrians, cyclists, and the need to help themselves for consumption .
“We are developing ways to expand the possibilities of being revealed in areas that are not visible to the waters, to help people to feel better behind the kerm of cars,” he said.
Ford has a number of partners behind the project, including Ohio State University and T-Mobile, which are still working with Ford on a 5G-based system that functions similarly to a BLE-based walker forwarding system.
In the future, Ford is looking to expand the technology it expands to reveal areas of traffic and workers, as well as other road crossings that could become a threat to tra
The company plans to showcase its development of both BLE and 5G versions of the new technology at the All-World Congress of the Intelligent Transportation Fellowship of America near Los Angeles this year.