Writing a new standard for safety, the Volvo EX90 electric car will use LiDAR inside and outside the car (yes, it will also be installed in the car)

Following the safety vision in 2007 that “no serious injury or even death when driving Volvo models”, Volvo has won the trust of many car owners with its vehicle design and other aspects. After creating a passive safety shield, Volvo also announced that they will come to their latest pure electric SUV EX90, and they will create an invisible shield with the ability to prevent accidents. Read on to write a new standard for safety, the Volvo EX90 electric car will use LiDAR inside and outside the car (yes, inside the car) report inside.
Volvo EX90 LiDAR Electric Vehicle In-Car System
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Writing a new standard for safety, the Volvo EX90 electric car will use LiDAR inside and outside the car (yes, it will also be installed in the car)

They have already announced the release of the latest Volvo EX90 electric SUV on 11/9, and they are the first to reveal their latest vision for active driving protection at today’s Safety in Mind global zero-day online conference .

The EX90 is the latest model in a new generation of Volvo safety standards. As well as full cameras, radar and ultrasonic sensors, they will also use LiDAR as standard both outside and inside the car – yes, exactly as the title. they even included the car’s driving condition into the sensing range With optical sensors (LiDAR and dual camera system) and steering wheel detection, the EX90 will use Volvo’s algorithm to understand the inside of the car to judge and is its condition suitable for driving the vehicle.

Once the system determines that the driver is not really paying attention to the road conditions, it will first remind the driver with a mild warning. In the most extreme situations, such as when the driver feels uncomfortable or is found dozing off, the vehicle also has the ability to stop safely and seek relevant assistance.

This system in the car will sense very subtle conditions, such as the breathing state of the human body in hot or cold environments, and will remind the driver warmly – I must say, this is really powerful. The purpose is to provide early warning of potential distracted driving problems caused by emotional changes or physiological states.

As well as actively detecting whether the driving condition is suitable for driving. The LiDAR on the roof of the Volvo EX90, together with other sensors, can detect black tires as far as 100 meters even at night (you know, this is difficult to reflect the tracking objects); pedestrians can be detected at 250 metres. meter sensing his presence. Volvo mentioned in the film that such a distance (250 meters) means that if you are moving at a speed of 120KPH, you will have about 7.5 seconds to react and avoid a collision.

According to Volvo, after adding LiDAR, the system can reduce the number of major casualties by 20% and reduce the number of car accidents by 9%. On this basis, millions of accidents could be avoided over time. Volvo also invites everyone to look forward to the arrival of the safest Volvo ever.

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