Hidden cameras have always meant safety. Whether it's in the home or on the job, security systems provide a great deal of comfort. Now, Nissan is taking the power of the camera lens to the road and providing mass quantities of drivers with the safety features they need.
While pre-existing systems are available only at a high-cost and use expensive radar sensors, Nissan designers have developed a technology based off the camera lenses already used in Nissan Around View Monitors. This means that a greater portion of consumers will be able to afford features such as lane-departure warning, blind-spot warning and pedestrian detection.
As we previously mentioned, the Nissan safety solution operates via a camera. Actually, to be specific, it employs two wide-angle camera lenses and gathers assistance from sophisticated image processing. This image processing technology allows the cameras to work at higher speeds. Altogether, auto/tech critics say that the camera-based system is highly-functional and "provides a warning as reliably as a radar-based one."1 Like all new Nissan models, the technology is able to withstand most all weather conditions and shows the utmost dependability.
First to employ new safety solutions are the following mainstream models: Nissan Rogue, Nissan Murano, Nissan Altimaand the Nissan Sentra. While we can't say exactly when this new technology will arrive, Anderson Nissan of Asheville guarantees to deliver details as soon as possible. For now, be sure to stay tuned to our blog and don't forget to drop by 629 Brevard Road Asheville, NC 28806 with any questions you may have.