The Future May be Coming Soon to the Baltimore Area

Researchers at Nissan have been working on a new system that can actually predict what you will do next.

Nissan is calling it their Brain-to-Vehicle technology. It will enable your vehicle to interpret your brain signals and make adjustments to make your ride through the Baltimore or Rosedale area more enjoyable.

How Does the Brain-to-Vehicle System Work?

Folks from Essex to Dundalk should be happy to know that Nissan is one of the first auto companies bringing real-time brain activity to work with your vehicle. This system is constantly adapting to understand your specific driving style. When it makes a guess, and it is wrong, it records it and uses that information to make a better prediction in the future.

Nissan wants to change the way that vehicles are driven in Maryland and beyond. The Brain to Vehicle technology is Nissan’s latest development in Nissan Intelligent Mobility. The possibilities, from the results of this technology, are endless. It is unclear when this technology will be available on new Nissan inventory.

What can a Nissan Vehicle do with my Brainwaves?

What is the point of your vehicle understanding what you are about to do? It’s simple. By understanding and correctly predicting your next movement based on your brain waves and driving style, your vehicle can initiate specific driver assist technologies more quickly. This will improve your manual driving.

Parkville area drivers may be happy to know that this technology also evaluates your discomfort. By doing this, it can adjust the style in which it drives in autonomous mode. Nissan hopes to develop this further and make applications in the internal environment of the vehicle. Imagine driving down the road in Maryland on a hot day and your vehicle knows exactly how to tune your air conditioning to provide you with the most comfortable ride.

If you’re from the White Marsh area, I bet you’re wondering how the computer even reads your brainwaves, right? The driver wears a device on their head that measures their brain activity. This device then sends the information to your system and it is analyzed by autonomous systems. Overall, this system, when it predicts correctly, can initiate an action .2 to .5 seconds faster than the driver. If this is developed further, Nissan would have taken the first steps in innovating the driving experience.


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