An Electric Drive Unit (EDU) is made up of three primary modules: power electronics, a gearbox, and an electric motor. To get the car rolling, all three must work in perfect unison. EDUs provide dynamic driving behaviour, driving fun and comfort, as well as cost savings and overall system efficiency.
Electric vehicles operate by plugging into a charging station and drawing power from the grid. The electricity is stored in rechargeable batteries, which power an electric motor, which turns the wheels.
Electric vehicles accelerate faster than typical fuel-powered automobiles, making them feel lighter to drive.The vision system is an important aspect of that capability since it allows automobiles to see their surroundings and select what measures to take to ensure the safety of all road users.
The Global Electric drive unit vision testing market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Sony displays electric vehicles and intends to develop an automobile brand. The VISION-S vehicles provide intuitive driver engagement in conjunction with the vehicle’s sound and HMI systems, allowing the driver to precisely estimate the condition of the surrounding environment, including the presence of emergency vehicles, even when seated inside the vehicle.
Sony aims to excel at safety and comfort by utilising an array of sensors and modern communication technology. It is currently performing functional verification testing in Europe with the goal of producing Level 2+ Advanced Driver Support Systems (ADAS).
The car will also allow customers to change the display theme as well as the acceleration and deceleration sounds, resulting in a personalised atmosphere that is tailored to each user’s preferences.
The technology promotes safe driving by identifying and evaluating the surrounding environment in real time, thanks to sensors mounted 360 degrees around the car. These sensors include high-sensitivity, high-resolution, wide dynamic range CMOS image sensors and LiDAR sensors that accurately sense three-dimensional space.
Furthermore, the system provides intuitive driver engagement in conjunction with the car’s sound system and HMI system, allowing the driver to precisely estimate the condition of the surrounding environment, such as the presence of emergency vehicles, even from inside the vehicle.
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