Nissan’s Propilot tech is on the heart of its self- driving efforts, however for its latest demonstration it is operating on a much smaller scale. Over the weekend, the company unveiled a roving robot that makes use of the self sustaining riding tech to attract up exclusive soccer pitches to actual dimensions, whether or not that be for 5-a-side pickup video games or large fields for professionals to ply their trade.
Unveiled on the UEFA Champion’s League 2018 Final in the Ukraine on Saturday, Nissan’s Pitch-R robot makes use of a set of 4-cameras, GPS and obstacle avoidance structures to experiment its environment and discover a appropriate location for a pitch. It then attracts up the traces with dissolvable white paint in as little as 20 mins.
The line painting robotic makes use of an eco-friendly and dissolvable white line paint and has already made an appearance on the UEFA Champions League Final. Alas Nissan has now not made any bulletins as to whether the road painting robotic might be made available to purchasers however we can wait wish. “The Pitch-R robot features a four-digital camera imaginative and prescient device, GPS location tracking and collision avoidance systems. It can draw white strains on grass, tarmac or gravel with eco-friendly dissolvable paint. Pitch-R is powered by a chargeable battery pack. Once activated, it movements autonomously to examine its surroundings in real time and quickly scans to find a appropriate area. Choppy surfaces do not gift a hassle for Pitch-R, and it could navigate round obstacles. Pitch-R can create fields for five-a-side, seven-a-side or 11-a-side groups. “
This is just the latest oddball creation Nissan has packed its ProPilot tech into as an effort to market its autonomous driving technology. Other examples include self-parking slippers, a queue-busting chair and self-assembling office furniture.
On the more serious side of things, ProPilot technology also features in a semi-autonomous form in the electric Leaf, the Nissan Serena and the Nissan Rogue, its best-selling vehicle. In its current form, it combines assisted steering, braking and accelerating for a smarter kind of cruise control that incorporates lane-sensing to keep the car between the lines.