Self-parking/driving technology hasn’t been widely implemented yet, but it may soon come as a standard feature in cars of the near future . Continue reading for some examples.
The vehicle uses laser sensors and computer technology to navigate obstacles and regulate its speed. Tom Symonds reports
BMW’s “Auto Park” System
A reflective lens is placed at the head of the parking and a video camera measures the distance and angle between the car and the lens. Then the car calculates trajectory and activates the gas pedal and steering wheel as the situation merits