Cars Ford will learn to recognize pedestrians in the dark

In the near future, Ford will update the Pedestrian Detection system that is responsible for the recognition of pedestrians and automatic emergency braking. Update teach electronics to see people in the dark. Updated complex will be equipped with radar in the front bumper and a camera mounted behind the windshield. The latter has a wide-angle lens and makes every second to 30 images, which then analyzes the computer. Upon detection of silhouettes of people on the photographs the driver will receive an alert. If the person behind the wheel does not respond to an alarm, the car will brake by yourself. That the first model is expected to mark the renewed Pedestrian Detection system will become Ford Fiesta 7, which will appear on the European market in 2017 then pedestrian detection function will receive the Ford Mustang and F-150 pickup 2018 model year.

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