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Mercedes-Benz S-Class - The cooperative car

The cooperative vehicle - know intuitively what the car intends to do: The cooperative vehicle based on an Mercedes-Benz S-Class features 360-degree light signalling. The entire outer skin of the vehicle becomes a communication medium. Various turquoise light signals on the vehicle indicate to pedestrians and surrounding traffic that the vehicle is operating in autonomous mode. The cooperative vehicle, based on an S-Class, features 360-degree light signalling. Turquoise light strips in the windscreen, the radiator grille, the headlamps, the exterior mirrors and the lower area of the windows indicate to pedestrians and surrounding traffic that the vehicle is operating in autonomous mode. Lamps on the roof provide information about the next actions that the vehicle is going to perform. Slow flashing means that the vehicle is braking. A stationary light shows that the vehicle is in autonomous driving mode, regardless whether it is driving or at a standstill. The lights on the roof also follow the movements of people at the side of the road and in front of the vehicle to signal that the vehicle is aware of their presence. In doing so, the cooperative vehicle recreates the natural eye contact that would have taken place between the driver and pedestrians. Rapid flashing indicates that it is about to move off.

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Publié le: 31/01/2019
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