Nissan Wins Top Award at CEATEC JAPAN 2013

Nissan Wins Top Award at CEATEC JAPAN 2013

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
05 Oct 2013

This is the first time for Nissan to have won the award and the first time an automaker to be given this accolade. Nissan's Autonomous Drive technology also won the Smart Mobility, Special Award category.

The Grand Prix award was given with the following citation from the panel: “Nissan's Autonomous Drive technology will greatly benefit future society by reducing traffic accidents and fatalities, preventing traffic congestion and contributing to a reduction in environmental issues through improved fuel economy.

Nissan revealed the advanced development of its technology in August when the company committed to being ready with multiple, commercially-viable Autonomous Drive cars by 2020. The system will be deployed across the model range within two vehicle generations.

Nissan's Autonomous Drive technology is an extension of its Safety Shield, which monitors a 360-degree view around a vehicle for risks, offers warnings to the driver and takes action if necessary. It is based on the philosophy that everything required should be on board the vehicle, rather than relying on detailed external data.

Credits: Oneshift News Team

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