Perception technology shapes the evolution of the cockpit

Megan Lampinen reports back from AutoSens Brussels and the companies reshaping the future of mobility

The development of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving is reshaping the in-cabin experience. Innovative perception systems drawing on sensors and cameras are at the heart of new functionality. AutoSens Brussels 2022 offered a glimpse of where the industry is heading with the latest advances in perception, image processing, and connectivity. Automotive World reports back on some of the key displays from the event and how they could shape the cockpit of the future.

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