Monday, June 6, 2016

Meet Honda Acura RLX - The Self-Driving Car... See Pictures And Videos

Self-Driven cars are the current wonders in the automobile industry as big names in the game are developing their own type of self-driven cars.

The car you are going to see an watch the videos on this post is Honda’s Self-Driving Car – The Acura RLX according to PCMag

Whenever we talk about this type of cars, am sure you understand we mean cars that doesn't need any human being to operate or drive them.

How The Car Works (The Basics)
Basically, this Honda car operate without human input. The testbed you are seeing above the car is packed with various cameras, sensors, and AI algorithms. This amazing car utilizes a radar and laser to detect potential road obstacles on the road and avoid them. This is made possible through the intelligence of the powerful cameras which scans the objects on the road to ascertain if they’re pedestrians, cars, or, any other objects.

After detecting what is on the road, the information will now be relayed to the to the several GPUs and CPUs inside the car, (remember these processes takes place in seconds) then the information will tell the vehicle what next to do like controlling of the brake and steering to any direction as if a human being is controlling it.

At the moment, the company doesn't have official permit to test run the car on a real Road so they chose to carry out the test in an abandoned park in California.
You can watch the video of the car in action below



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What will be your reaction if you see a Self-Driving car in your street passing? Lol 😁 Technology is getting more interesting.

4 comments:

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  3. This is amazing but can it possibly work flawlessly on our Nigerian roads?

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  4. This is amazing but can it possibly work flawlessly on our Nigerian roads?

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