Toyota shows their latest compact electric car, and smart home appliances at CEATEC 2013 in Tokyo.
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Korean GT company shows their latest Wi-Fi Car Driving Assistance System such as LDWS(Lane Departure Warning System) + FCWS(Forward Collision Warning System) + DVR solutions, with functionality to use the Android phone to render features on top of real-time traffic video from the Car WiFi Camera. Supporting D1 and 720p, creates Wi-Fi hotspot in the car and launches all the additional functionality on an Android app. Also GT shows Stand Alone type devices that support ADAS(Advanced Driving Assitance System).
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DC Power power produces a DC motors and produces a DC motor for electric DeLorean DMC-12 shown here at CEATEC 2013. The DeLorean DMC-12 was used in the film Back To The Future. Thi DeLorean DMC-12 prototype can travel a distance of 50-60km or 31-37 miles with the possibility for more battery.
Pioneer shows DJ equipment that uses iPads, HUD heads-up-display for cars, speakers, Miracast or MHL functionality, the mixtrax application, electric car wireless charging and more at the CEATEC 2013 consumer electronics conference in Tokyo.
Nissan shows their own self driving car similar to Google’s but without the volodyne radar system. Adding the technology to cars requires few changes to a car. The question is to know how far they are with development and if they can show this car on real roads in real traffic soon like Google does or not.
This Velodyne Lidar rotating sensor measures the environment in 360 degrees around the vehicle to detect the clear path and to detect all the obstacles while in motion on the road. Uses 64 lasers spinning, they can see everything that is in-front, on the side and behind the vehicle in real-time.
Hyundai shows off its concept electric car with all the advanced Hyundai Blue Link technologies built-in. Hyundai also shows off their integrations with Siri and Dragon voice-recognition technologies. They also show off the $22000 Hyundai Veloster Turbo integrating all these infotainment technologies in the car.
Toyota is showing off their latest technologies to make cars safer, providing for near self-driving car functionality, they describe this as an attentive, always vigilant virtual co-pilot. Toyota says autonomous is not driver-less for now.
Ford shows off New Ford Sync-Compatible Apps. Now all developers can add smart functionality to Ford Sync systems.
Chevrolet announces Apple Siri integration in their cars, showing off the Chevy Volt and Chevy Spark semi-electric cars (short range Electric battery with gasoline power for the rest).