Marelli showcase its high-tech offerings at CES 2019 in Las Vegas. The company
aims to address the needs of autonomous driving and connectivity with a wide
range of smart, streamlined and highly integrated lighting and electronics
solutions. Magneti Marelli’s technologies improve communication between the
vehicle, its occupants and the surrounding environment, increasing safety.
Marelli’s third generation Smart Corner was unveiled at CES. Smart Corner
integrates autonomous sensors into headlamps and tail lamps to provide OEMs
with the required functionality for autonomous driving, while maintaining
styling aesthetics and world-class lighting performance. It can accommodate any
sensor an OEM may choose to deploy, including LiDAR, radar, cameras, or
ultrasonics, as well as advanced, LED-based lighting features like adaptive
driving beam (ADB) and DLP. Smart Corner provides a 360-degree view around the
vehicle with redundancy. Because the sensors are integrated into existing
headlamps and tail lamps, an OEM benefits from a fully calibrated,
plug-and-play solution, resulting in a simplified manufacturing process that is
lower cost and lighter weight than alternatives.
Seamlessly integrated connected vehicle
by the modular approach of the Smart Corner, Magneti Marelli showcased
seamlessly integrated connectivity features in a test vehicle. Technology
includes active matrix organic light-emitting diode (AMOLED) displays embedded
in the front grille and rear applique to communicate intent, autonomous
signaling, an interactive virtual assistant, audible alerts, and positional
advertising using V2X.
Powerful driver monitoring and perception
visitors saw how the company integrates cameras, sensors and perception
software to provide driver monitoring functionality. A key feature of Magneti
Marelli’s solution is that it requires very little computing power and works
without complex hardware. Once a user’s status and mood is determined, the data
interfaces with the HMI to dynamically adapt the car’s environment.
Marelli also exhibited the seamless integration of multiple displays, controls
and feedback to serve the driver by delivering information how, when and where
they need it. The company’s latest display technology can augment perception,
depth and reality, without tapping into valuable dashboard real estate.
Using light as a perception and
on more than 100 years of innovation in advanced lighting solutions, Magneti
Marelli is first to market with DLP, the world’s first 1.3 million pixel
production headlamp. DLP creates ideal lighting conditions, and can project
images onto the road to communicate with drivers and pedestrians.
Advanced lighting solutions
attendees saw a variety of ADB modules that increase visibility for a safer,
more comfortable drive. Headlamps equipped with ADB can operate in high beam
mode nearly 100% of the time, providing maximum light output. By combining
laser and LED light sources, the company’s latest generation laser headlamps
have a high beam range of more than 600 meters.
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