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Sep 16, 2020 1:57 PM ET

Key Sensing Technologies to Achieve Autonomy in Electric Vehicles




iCrowd Newswire - Sep 16, 2020

The key sensing technologies which have huge potential in the future are image sensors, LIDAR, RADAR sensors, ultrasonic sensors, next generation batteries with battery sensors, and self-healing sensors.

Autonomous car developers need to use different kinds of sensors to detect lane markings, traffic lights, pedestrians, movement of other vehicles, and speed of other vehicles. It will be the start of Fourth Industrial Revolution. The key sensing technologies which have huge potential in the future are image sensors, LIDAR, RADAR sensors, ultrasonic sensors, next generation batteries with battery sensors, and self-healing sensors.

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Glass cannot be sensed by LIDAR, whereas metals can be sensed with the help of radar. Thus, images can very easily fool the camera. For this kind of issues, many different kinds of sensors are required to predict and analyze a perfect path for the Electric Vehicle. Currently, OEMs have achieved L2 autonomy and as this would increase, the requirements and advancements in the sensors market would also grow exponentially.

The visual fields are interpreted in detail with the help of radar technology to assess the anticipated outcome such as vehicle collision with other objects. The technology can detect markings on the road, such as barriers, lanes, and traffic lights and also provide real-time data for precise localization and high-definition lane information. This would increase the demand for autonomous commercial vehicles post-2025.

In electric vehicles, current sensors also play an important role in helping drivers sense the charge of the vehicle and the outage of battery. Essential information such as charging cycles of the battery is sensed by the current sensors. New approaches are being used with the help of different sensors to make self-driving cars more reliable for the future. The OEMs are also incorporating Artificial intelligence using varies ranges of high-power sensors to easily gauge the distance of objects on the road and the surroundings. Acknowledging the above factors, car manufacturing companies are partnering with sensor manufacturers to produce customized sensors to provide a high-quality driving experience.

North American countries, especially the U.S. and Canada, with the rapid adoption of these systems, would drive the market. Governments across regions are imposing mandates on the ban of petrol and diesel engine vehicles. This will further lead to a scenario where only electric vehicles will be available in the future. Developments in autonomous vehicles will be restricted to electric vehicles in the long run. Thus, the aforementioned key sensing technologies will play a crucial role in the development of electric vehicles.

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