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Canadian Auto Show 2018: 10 trends in smart technology for carsCanadian Auto Show 2018: 10 trends in smart technology for carsCanadian Auto Show 2018: 10 trends in smart technology for cars

by:GSL ENERGY     2020-06-11
February is the season of the Canadian auto show, with the Canadian International Auto Show 2018 (CIAS) promising to announce the latest automotive technology.
I took part in the media day event where each automaker showed their latest models in Canada for the first time.
This year, the differentiated features of automotive intelligence technology have once again become a highlight.
Here are 10 trends in smart technology that are either standard or the choice of the latest car.
Apple CarPlay and Android AutoThis are the most popular smart technology features for CIAS automakers this year.
As a standard feature, the new car can now be equipped with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.
This allows for seamless integration of Apple\'s iPhone or mobile phone with Android operating system into car features.
Once you power the car on, your smartphone pairs with the car\'s operating system and instantly displays your contacts, navigation, and even the Spotify playlist you are currently playing.
This great feature is a precaution to handle the phone while driving.
By using the voice technology of your smartphone, such as \"Hey Siri\" or \"Hey Google\", you can make a phone call, send and receive text messages, while putting your hand on the steering wheel and staring at the road with your eyes.
The wireless charging tray allows you to place your phone in the designated position of the car and your phone will be charged wirelessly without any cables.
It\'s intuitive to put your phone on the charging surface and you\'ll never forget to keep your phone charged while driving.
The BMW M4 wireless charging board is tucked inside the central compartment and also prevents the temptation to handle the phone while driving. Plug-
In the area of hybrid vehicles, most automakers continue to work on charging their cars.
A popular feature of 2018 is plug-inin hybrid car.
Just press the button and your car will run off the lithium batteryion battery. The plug-
In the mixed Kia Niro shown above, a single charge can reach 45 km.
This is the perfect choice for city driving and short trips.
WiFi hotspot this is not a new feature but is getting more and more popular over the years.
Larger SUVs, vans and sedans now have hot spots that support up to 10 devices.
For passengers who need a second screen of social media when watching Netflix in the back seat, this is the perfect choice.
Full color augmented reality windshield display this is the best example of everyday use of augmented reality (AR.
Many luxury cars have this feature with navigation information, speed, client and infotainment settings displayed on the windshield, so you don\'t have to leave the road.
The AR system is smart.
They display information when you need it to minimize distractions.
For example, when you approach a turn, a detailed map of the intersection appears on the windshield display.
Automatic emergency braking system
Collision Assist.
The car uses cameras and radar to detect objects and pedestrians.
An alarm will be issued if you are close.
If you keep moving, the car will automatically pre-
Charge the brakes and even apply pressure so you can avoid a collision or reduce the severity of the collision. 360-
Now, some automakers have installed cameras to provide panoramic views of the front and back, and can even stitch the birds together --
View of the vehicle.
It provides a wider view to help drivers avoid pedestrians and other objects.
Parallel and reverse parking is never easy.
Large touch screens and trucks with a large number of connection technologies have diagonal sizes of up to 12 inch.
The above picture shows the 2019 Dodge RAM 1500 touch screen.
It shows navigation and traffic information very clearly.
It supports more
Gesture touch such as pinch and zoom.
Everything is activated with a touch of the screen, including climate control, driver assistance settings, and surround camera.
Adaptive cruise control and low
This is the closest speed we have to self-driving at the moment.
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) is very helpful for highway driving, easier to drive in traffic and less fatigue.
Using a radar sensor mounted on the front bumper and a camera mounted on the windshield, the 2018 Honda Accord can maintain cruising speed by automatically adjusting the brakes and throttle, following the distance, as well as parking and restoring cars in low-speed traffic conditions.
The ACC works with Accord\'s lane keeping assist, so the car is always stuck in the lane.
The digital shopping platform shy has announced that they are changing the way consumers buy cars, allowing direct online shopping on the dealer\'s website.
With Modern Express shopping, you can configure and price your car and add it to your shopping cart.
You can schedule a test drive online and even visit the portal to view a custom quote.
With a credit card, you can leave a deposit online.
This spring, modern dealers will have the option to integrate this digital shopping platform into their websites.
Are you buying a new car?
Start thinking about these convenience and security features just like you usually buy any other electronic device.
Intelligent technology is as important as the design, performance and fuel economy of a car.
In addition, safety features such as automatic emergency braking may reduce your insurance costs.
When you buy a new car, make sure you include insurance quotes in your budget as part of the total cost of your car.
Andrew Lo: President and CEO of Kanetix.
Ca, President and CEO of Kanetix, Canada\'s largest online financial services comparison website.
Ca, Andrew Lo leads all digital innovation and operations of Kanetix Limited
Canada\'s largest digital customer acquisition platform for insurance and financial services.
He is also a business strategy consultant at the University of Ryerson DMZ, the #1 University Incubator in North America and the #3 University incubator in the world to help develop digital entrepreneurs and startups.
Andrew has 25 years of financial technology and insurance companies such as Filogix and D. H . ) experience as a business, technology and digital leader, and develop organizations that shape businesses from startups to industries with more than 5,000 employees.
February is the season of the Canadian auto show, with the Canadian International Auto Show 2018 (CIAS) promising to announce the latest automotive technology.
I took part in the media day event where each automaker showed their latest models in Canada for the first time.
This year, the differentiated features of automotive intelligence technology have once again become a highlight.
Here are 10 trends in smart technology that are either standard or the choice of the latest car.
Apple CarPlay and Android AutoThis are the most popular smart technology features for CIAS automakers this year.
As a standard feature, the new car can now be equipped with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.
This allows for seamless integration of Apple\'s iPhone or mobile phone with Android operating system into car features.
Once you power the car on, your smartphone pairs with the car\'s operating system and instantly displays your contacts, navigation, and even the Spotify playlist you are currently playing.
This great feature is a precaution to handle the phone while driving.
By using the voice technology of your smartphone, such as \"Hey Siri\" or \"Hey Google\", you can make a phone call, send and receive text messages, while putting your hand on the steering wheel and staring at the road with your eyes.
The wireless charging tray allows you to place your phone in the designated position of the car and your phone will be charged wirelessly without any cables.
It\'s intuitive to put your phone on the charging surface and you\'ll never forget to keep your phone charged while driving.
The BMW M4 wireless charging board is tucked inside the central compartment and also prevents the temptation to handle the phone while driving. Plug-
In the area of hybrid vehicles, most automakers continue to work on charging their cars.
A popular feature of 2018 is plug-inin hybrid car.
Just press the button and your car will run off the lithium batteryion battery. The plug-
In the mixed Kia Niro shown above, a single charge can reach 45 km.
This is the perfect choice for city driving and short trips.
WiFi hotspot this is not a new feature but is getting more and more popular over the years.
Larger SUVs, vans and sedans now have hot spots that support up to 10 devices.
For passengers who need a second screen of social media when watching Netflix in the back seat, this is the perfect choice.
Full color augmented reality windshield display this is the best example of everyday use of augmented reality (AR.
Many luxury cars have this feature with navigation information, speed, client and infotainment settings displayed on the windshield, so you don\'t have to leave the road.
The AR system is smart.
They display information when you need it to minimize distractions.
For example, when you approach a turn, a detailed map of the intersection appears on the windshield display.
Automatic emergency braking system
Collision Assist.
The car uses cameras and radar to detect objects and pedestrians.
An alarm will be issued if you are close.
If you keep moving, the car will automatically pre-
Charge the brakes and even apply pressure so you can avoid a collision or reduce the severity of the collision. 360-
Now, some automakers have installed cameras to provide panoramic views of the front and back, and can even stitch the birds together --
View of the vehicle.
It provides a wider view to help drivers avoid pedestrians and other objects.
Parallel and reverse parking is never easy.
Large touch screens and trucks with a large number of connection technologies have diagonal sizes of up to 12 inch.
The above picture shows the 2019 Dodge RAM 1500 touch screen.
It shows navigation and traffic information very clearly.
It supports more
Gesture touch such as pinch and zoom.
Everything is activated with a touch of the screen, including climate control, driver assistance settings, and surround camera.
Adaptive cruise control and low
This is the closest speed we have to self-driving at the moment.
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) is very helpful for highway driving, easier to drive in traffic and less fatigue.
Using a radar sensor mounted on the front bumper and a camera mounted on the windshield, the 2018 Honda Accord can maintain cruising speed by automatically adjusting the brakes and throttle, following the distance, as well as parking and restoring cars in low-speed traffic conditions.
The ACC works with Accord\'s lane keeping assist, so the car is always stuck in the lane.
The digital shopping platform shy has announced that they are changing the way consumers buy cars, allowing direct online shopping on the dealer\'s website.
With Modern Express shopping, you can configure and price your car and add it to your shopping cart.
You can schedule a test drive online and even visit the portal to view a custom quote.
With a credit card, you can leave a deposit online.
This spring, modern dealers will have the option to integrate this digital shopping platform into their websites.
Are you buying a new car?
Start thinking about these convenience and security features just like you usually buy any other electronic device.
Intelligent technology is as important as the design, performance and fuel economy of a car.
In addition, safety features such as automatic emergency braking may reduce your insurance costs.
When you buy a new car, make sure you include insurance quotes in your budget as part of the total cost of your car.
Andrew Lo: President and CEO of Kanetix.
Ca, President and CEO of Kanetix, Canada\'s largest online financial services comparison website.
Ca, Andrew Lo leads all digital innovation and operations of Kanetix Limited
Canada\'s largest digital customer acquisition platform for insurance and financial services.
He is also a business strategy consultant at the University of Ryerson DMZ, the #1 University Incubator in North America and the #3 University incubator in the world to help develop digital entrepreneurs and startups.
Andrew has 25 years of financial technology and insurance companies such as Filogix and D. H . ) experience as a business, technology and digital leader, and develop organizations that shape businesses from startups to industries with more than 5,000 employees.
February is the season of the Canadian auto show, with the Canadian International Auto Show 2018 (CIAS) promising to announce the latest automotive technology.
I took part in the media day event where each automaker showed their latest models in Canada for the first time.
This year, the differentiated features of automotive intelligence technology have once again become a highlight.
Here are 10 trends in smart technology that are either standard or the choice of the latest car.
Apple CarPlay and Android AutoThis are the most popular smart technology features for CIAS automakers this year.
As a standard feature, the new car can now be equipped with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.
This allows for seamless integration of Apple\'s iPhone or mobile phone with Android operating system into car features.
Once you power the car on, your smartphone pairs with the car\'s operating system and instantly displays your contacts, navigation, and even the Spotify playlist you are currently playing.
This great feature is a precaution to handle the phone while driving.
By using the voice technology of your smartphone, such as \"Hey Siri\" or \"Hey Google\", you can make a phone call, send and receive text messages, while putting your hand on the steering wheel and staring at the road with your eyes.
The wireless charging tray allows you to place your phone in the designated position of the car and your phone will be charged wirelessly without any cables.
It\'s intuitive to put your phone on the charging surface and you\'ll never forget to keep your phone charged while driving.
The BMW M4 wireless charging board is tucked inside the central compartment and also prevents the temptation to handle the phone while driving. Plug-
In the area of hybrid vehicles, most automakers continue to work on charging their cars.
A popular feature of 2018 is plug-inin hybrid car.
Just press the button and your car will run off the lithium batteryion battery. The plug-
In the mixed Kia Niro shown above, a single charge can reach 45 km.
This is the perfect choice for city driving and short trips.
WiFi hotspot this is not a new feature but is getting more and more popular over the years.
Larger SUVs, vans and sedans now have hot spots that support up to 10 devices.
For passengers who need a second screen of social media when watching Netflix in the back seat, this is the perfect choice.
Full color augmented reality windshield display this is the best example of everyday use of augmented reality (AR.
Many luxury cars have this feature with navigation information, speed, client and infotainment settings displayed on the windshield, so you don\'t have to leave the road.
The AR system is smart.
They display information when you need it to minimize distractions.
For example, when you approach a turn, a detailed map of the intersection appears on the windshield display.
Automatic emergency braking system
Collision Assist.
The car uses cameras and radar to detect objects and pedestrians.
An alarm will be issued if you are close.
If you keep moving, the car will automatically pre-
Charge the brakes and even apply pressure so you can avoid a collision or reduce the severity of the collision. 360-
Now, some automakers have installed cameras to provide panoramic views of the front and back, and can even stitch the birds together --
View of the vehicle.
It provides a wider view to help drivers avoid pedestrians and other objects.
Parallel and reverse parking is never easy.
Large touch screens and trucks with a large number of connection technologies have diagonal sizes of up to 12 inch.
The above picture shows the 2019 Dodge RAM 1500 touch screen.
It shows navigation and traffic information very clearly.
It supports more
Gesture touch such as pinch and zoom.
Everything is activated with a touch of the screen, including climate control, driver assistance settings, and surround camera.
Adaptive cruise control and low
This is the closest speed we have to self-driving at the moment.
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) is very helpful for highway driving, easier to drive in traffic and less fatigue.
Using a radar sensor mounted on the front bumper and a camera mounted on the windshield, the 2018 Honda Accord can maintain cruising speed by automatically adjusting the brakes and throttle, following the distance, as well as parking and restoring cars in low-speed traffic conditions.
The ACC works with Accord\'s lane keeping assist, so the car is always stuck in the lane.
The digital shopping platform shy has announced that they are changing the way consumers buy cars, allowing direct online shopping on the dealer\'s website.
With Modern Express shopping, you can configure and price your car and add it to your shopping cart.
You can schedule a test drive online and even visit the portal to view a custom quote.
With a credit card, you can leave a deposit online.
This spring, modern dealers will have the option to integrate this digital shopping platform into their websites.
Are you buying a new car?
Start thinking about these convenience and security features just like you usually buy any other electronic device.
Intelligent technology is as important as the design, performance and fuel economy of a car.
In addition, safety features such as automatic emergency braking may reduce your insurance costs.
When you buy a new car, make sure you include insurance quotes in your budget as part of the total cost of your car.
Andrew Lo: President and CEO of Kanetix.
Ca, President and CEO of Kanetix, Canada\'s largest online financial services comparison website.
Ca, Andrew Lo leads all digital innovation and operations of Kanetix Limited
Canada\'s largest digital customer acquisition platform for insurance and financial services.
He is also a business strategy consultant at the University of Ryerson DMZ, the #1 University Incubator in North America and the #3 University incubator in the world to help develop digital entrepreneurs and startups.
Andrew has 25 years of financial technology and insurance companies such as Filogix and D. H . ) experience as a business, technology and digital leader, and develop organizations that shape businesses from startups to industries with more than 5,000 employees.
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