Honda showed off some of its latest innovations at the latest CES show. Held annually in Las Vegas, CES is a gathering of leading tech companies and startups, often providing a way for groups to showcase next-generation technologies. In particular, Honda’s Xcelerator program works with entrepreneurs and startups in Silicon Valley to refine current Honda designs.
According to Honda, one of the cool new technologies Honda was able to develop with partners was a new 3D driver display demonstration. This system uses nanotechnologies to transition between different viewing angles. Although this might sound trivial, this system improves viewing angles for sensor warnings and other driver assist systems.
“We’re flexible, innovator friendly, and look for unique opportunities to work closely with partners to co-create and showcase advanced technology,” said Dennis Clark, strategic alliance lead at Honda Xcelerator. “Our focus at CES is to showcase our work with two of our partners–LEIA and VocalZoom–to apply their unique technologies to enhance the in-car experience.”
Other technologies include optical sensors that allow for Human to Machine Communication. VocalZoom works to develop such sensors, and they can be used to isolate facial movement to optimize voice recognition software. And these are just some of the cool new Honda features presented at CES 2017!