Nissan unveils predictive “brain-to-vehicle” tech

Jan 04, 2018, 6:19 AM EST
(Source: Alexandre Prévot/flickr)
(Source: Alexandre Prévot/flickr)

Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissan revealed its latest technology, called the brain-to-vehicle system, which reads the driver’s brainwaves to predict their action and execute them with semi-autonomous capabilities about 0.2 to 0.5 seconds faster.

The company claims that the technology, instead of handing down full control to machines, enhances driving experience with more electrification and better connectivity while preparing the cars to learn from the driver, notes Design Boom.

The technology with the potential to redefine people’s interaction with cars is still in its early phase of development and will be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada next week, writes The Verge