Nissan’s Brain-to-Vehicle (B2V) technology will enable vehicles to interpret signals from a driver’s brain.
The company describes two aspects of the system — prediction and detection, which depend on a driver wearing EEG electrodes:
Predicton: By detecting, via the brain, that the driver is about to move, including turning the steering wheel or pushing the accelerator pedal, B2V can begin the action more quickly.
Detection: When driver discomfort is detected, and the car is in autonomous mode, AI tools change the driving configuration or style.
Lucian Gheorghe, an innovation researcher Nissan, said that the system can use AR to adjust what the driver sees, and can turn the wheel or slow the car 0.2 to 0.5 seconds faster than the driver.
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