Introducing Nissan’s Brain-to-Vehicle Technology At CES 2018

Introducing Nissan’s Brain-to-Vehicle Technology At CES 2018

Nissan unveiled research that will enable vehicles to interpret signals from the driver’s brain, redefining how people interact with their cars.

The company’s Brain-to-Vehicle, or B2V, technology promises to speed up reaction times for drivers and will lead to cars that keep adapting to make driving more enjoyable.

Nissan will demonstrate capabilities of this exclusive technology at the CES 2018 trade show in Las Vegas. Nissan’s booth is #5431, North Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

B2V is the latest development in Nissan Intelligent Mobility, the company’s vision for transforming how cars are driven, powered and integrated into society.

See you in Las Vegas in January 2018!
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25 thoughts on “Introducing Nissan’s Brain-to-Vehicle Technology At CES 2018”

  1. Who’s the black leather jacket lady? I might wanna take her our for a coffee..

  2. Pienso que la tecnología en este campo se ha concentrado mucho en los GPS y comodidades; este tipo de investigaciones es muy acertada para el desarrollo automotriz, sobre todo, hoy día que se anhela tanto llegar al auto autónomo

  3. Nissan please let you engineers/researchers sleep. Look at that man, he looks so tired!

  4. Seems pointless if vehicles are going to be fully autonomous in a decade or so, and the car in autonomous mode (level 5) will be much more efficient than a human controlled car.
    This seems like a really cool way of taking a step backwards.

  5. Seems ridiculous.can u make a modern 240 with a 2.4 litre SR or a RB without the brain thing

  6. I’m selling domain names
    ai = Artificial Intelligence

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  8. Made device for reading human thoughts /human mind reading machine /Brain computer interface. In particular, I have created a perfect Speech Generating Device for people with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis /ALS. Assistive technology or Augmentative and alternative communication. About the problem look :Jack Gallant, Tom Mitchell and Marcel Just, John-Dylan Haynes, human mind reading machine.

  9. Nissan has really bad customer service over the phone. They will keep sending you back to the automated system.

  10. My new Nissan has a primitive navigation/map system. My smartphone navigation map works faster and better. Also, @Nissan customer service sucks. If you want to make your car payments; it has to be 100% on their website. Over the phone; if a human being receives your call, that person will transfer you back to the automated system. They refuse to take your payment over the phone. You have to go through a long menu of options. Example: If you want to make a payment press #1 If you want this and that press #2 Finally, after you put your credit/debit card information; you will get a message saying I’m sorry your payment didn’t go through. Please, try again. Out of 5 stars rating; I would give Nissan@ 1 star for customer service.

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