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HOW DOES NISSAN’S PROPILOT PARK TECHNOLOGY WORK?

ProPilot Park technology is used to help drivers park by automatically.

Nissan released its automated parking system, ProPilot Park, in the 2017 release of its Leaf electric vehicle. 

The technology guides the car into a parking spot using radar and cameras to navigate.

It uses four high-resolution cameras capable of real-time image processing and 12 sonar sensors placed around the vehicle to assess the vehicle’s surroundings

Drivers activate the technology by pressing a button. The button must be held the entire time, unlike the hands-free Tesla Model S. 

Taking a finger off the button will cause the vehicle to stop immediately.

Drivers can apply breaks if necessary, but ProPilot Park otherwise handles the accelerator, braking and steering input when the car is parking.



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