WATCH: Nissan is developing a driver-assist system to improve collision avoidance


Nissan is currently developing a next-gen driver-assist system that aims to enhance collision avoidance. According to the Yokohama-based automotive brand, the new driver-assistance technology being developed utilizes highly accurate, real-time information about the vehicle’s surrounding environmenst.


  • What technologies are being used to develop this next-gen crash driver-assist feature?

    Nissan shares that it is using high-performance LIDAR, radar, and cameras for the said driver-assist system.
  • What companies did Nissan team up with in developing this driver-assist feature?

    According to Nissan, it has teamed up with the likes of Luminar and Applied Intuition.
  • Nissan released a short clip showcasing a test vehicle that demonstrates how this technology can automatically perform collision-avoidance maneuvers. You can check it out here.

    Using Nissan’s “ground truth perception” technology, this driver-assist system fuses information from next-generation high-performance LIDAR, radar, and cameras. Nissan said that the technology it is developing can detect the shape and distance of objects, as well as the structure of the area surrounding the vehicle in real time with a high degree of accuracy.


    With the level of information, it can gather, this technology can allow the equipped vehicle to instantly analyze the current situation, judge, and automatically perform required collision-avoidance operations.

    Nissan adds that this technology can also detect slowed traffic and road obstacles in the distance and execute lane changes accordingly. Furthermore, the technology Nissan is developing can also provide support to drivers who may be going to areas where detailed map information is not available.

    This driver-assist technology is a result of Nissan’s partnership with various cutting-edge companies such as Luminar, a global automotive company that is helping Nissan with next-generation LIDAR systems; and Applied Intuition, a company that helps Nissan develop highly accurate verification technology in a digital environment to simulate advanced collision avoidance control.


    “Nissan has been the first to market a number of advanced driver assistance technologies. When we look at the future of autonomous driving, we believe that it is of utmost importance for owners to feel highly confident in the safety of their vehicles. We are confident that our in-development ground truth perception technology will make a significant contribution to owner confidence, reduced traffic accidents, and autonomous driving in the future,” said Nissan’s Leading Global Research and Development Senior Vice President Takao Asami.

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