Nissan Brain-to-Vehicle Technology

August 28th, 2018 by

 

A car that can actually predict what you are thinking may seem like something out of a science fiction movie, but Nissan’s Brain-to-Vehicle technology does just that. This innovative technology completely redefines the autonomous vehicle era by decoding your brain waves. This allows the vehicle to know the precise time you are going to act. Let’s take a closer look at the future of driving.

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“Imagine a car that predicts what you are thinking. Nissan’s Brain-to-Vehicle technology redefines driving for the autonomous age, optimizing your experience by decoding your brain waves. In manual drive, the technology scans your brain activity to see the exact moment you decide to act.

The algorithms work in sync with you, so you feel more responsive and totally in control as it works seamlessly in the background, boosting your performance so that you drive at your very best. The result is an exciting drive – spectacularly responsive, incredibly precise, and amazingly smooth.

Brain-to-Vehicle technology makes autonomous driving more enjoyable, too, constantly tracking your neural activity. Algorithms detect when the drive isn’t what you’d expect, recalibrating in real time to align exactly with your expectations. It knows if you’d rather speed up, slow down, or give others a wider berth, giving you a personalized ride every time.

Completely natural, enjoyably relaxed, customized for you. An exciting experience when you choose to drive. The most enjoyable ride when you don’t. Technology to move people to a better world.”

Explore Innovative Nissan Technology Today

Although Nissan’s Brain-to-Vehicle technology may not be available for some time, there are plenty of great innovations to improve your drive that are available right now. Nissan’s Safety Shield technology helps to monitor the roads, respond when necessary, and protect passengers in case of an emergency. Stop by Jeffrey Nissan today to test drive a vehicle with this state-of-the-art feature.