On the outside, the EX90 features state-of-the-art LIDAR detectors that will continuously scan the vehicle’s surroundings, to create a three-dimensional representation of the environment and enable safe autonomous driving.
The Swedish car company Volvo will unveil on November 9 a new fully electric sports utility vehicle (SUV) that can detect tiredness in drivers using eye sensors inside the car.
The EX90 also features an integrated security system that the company called a true “360-degree security shield.” On the outside, it features state-of-the-art LIDAR detectors (laser object detection and measurement system) which, in combination with cameras, ultrasonic sensors and radars, will continuously scan the surroundings of the vehicle to create a three-dimensional representation of the environment and allow safe driving. safe autonomous.
As for the interior, it has two cameras focused on the driver, which will monitor your eyes to make sure you’re paying attention to the road. Likewise, the steering wheel, equipped with sensors, will evaluate your driving.
In the event that the security system detects abnormal behavior, it will issue a warning signal that will grow in volume depending on the severity of the situation. If the person driving doesn’t respond, the EX90 can even safely pull over to the side of the road and turn on the hazard lights.
“We have made great progress in exterior sensing in recent decades, thanks to our committed work on crash avoidance systems,” said Thomas Broberg, interim director of the Volvo Safety Center.
The fully-electric Volvo EX90 will officially make its world premiere on November 9. In addition, the crossover will ride on top of the automaker’s SPA2 platform and it will feature eight cameras, five radars, 16 ultrasonic sensors, as well as a roof- mounted LiDAR sensor. #Volvopic.twitter.com/74AeejfwZE
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