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2017 Honda NeuV

Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017 - Interior
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017 - Interior
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017 - Interior
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017 - Interior
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017 - Interior
Honda NeuV Concept, 2017 - Interior
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Honda previews its NeuV (New Electric Urban Vehicle) concept for the 2017 Consumer Electronic Show. It features an emotion engine that will let it have emotions.
На выставке потребительской электроники в Лас-Вегасе компания Honda собирается представить концепт NeuV, который должен получить некий новый электронный комплекс под названием Emotion Engine. Благодаря ему эмоциональная связь водителя и автомобиля должна стать еще более сильной.

Суть технологии японцы пока не раскрывают. Известно лишь, что в рамках разработки Emotion Engine автомобиль должен научиться не только распознавать эмоции водителя и реагировать на них, но и – в будущем – генерировать собственные. В Honda считают, что эта способность позволит автовладельцу относиться к своему автомобилю не как к обычному транспортному средству, а как к чему-то одушевленному. Соответственно, общение водителя и автомобиля станет человечнее.

О самом концепте NeuV также пока известно мало. Необычный двухдверный компактвэн, судя по всему, будет оснащен электрической силовой установкой и системой автономного управления, однако, о степени его "беспилотности" Honda расскажет только ближе к премьере.

Кроме самого беспилотника, на выставке CES в январе японцы обещают продемонстрировать и некие перспективные технологии по повышению уровня коммуникации человека и автомобиля, а также разработки в сфере так называемой "мобильной экосистемы". Сочетая возможности искусственного интеллекта, быстрого анализа большого объема данных и различную робототехнику, в Honda рассчитывают решить проблему дорожного трафика.


LAS VEGAS, Jan. 5, 2017 — Honda unveiled its Cooperative Mobility Ecosystem concept today at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, connecting the power of artificial intelligence, robotics and big data to transform the mobility experience of the future and improve customers' quality of life. Featuring a number of prototype and concept technology demonstrations at CES, the Honda concept envisions a future where vehicles will communicate with each other and infrastructure to mitigate traffic congestion and eliminate traffic fatalities, while increasing the productivity of road users and delivering new types of in-vehicle entertainment experiences. Vehicles will create new value by autonomously providing services when not in use by their owners.

Honda NeuV

Designed to create new possibilities for customers, the NeuV (pronounced "new-v"), which stands for New Electric Urban Vehicle, is a concept vehicle whose genesis is based on the fact that privately-owned vehicles sit idle 96 percent of the time. The NeuV explores the idea of how to create new value for its owner by functioning as an automated ride sharing vehicle, picking up and dropping off customers at local destinations when the owner is not using the car. The NeuV also can sell energy back to the electric grid during times of high demand when it's not in use. These activities have the potential to create a new business model for enterprising customers.

"We designed NeuV to become more valuable to the owner by optimizing and monetizing the vehicle's down time," said Mike Tsay, principal designer, Honda R&D Americas.

NeuV also functions as a thoughtful and helpful AI assistant utilizing an "emotion engine", an emerging technology developed by Honda and SoftBank (cocoro SB Corp.). Called HANA (Honda Automated Network Assistant), in its application in the NeuV, the "emotion engine" will learn from the driver by detecting the emotions behind the driver's judgments and then, based on the driver's past decisions, make new choices and recommendations. HANA can check on the driver's emotional well-being, make music recommendations based on mood, and support the owner's daily driving routine.

The NeuV features a full touch panel interface enabling both the driver and passenger to access a simple and convenient user experience. The vehicle has two seats, a storage area in back, and an electric skateboard for "last mile" transit. The NeuV also features outstanding outward visibility via a headerless windshield and a dramatically sloping belt line that make maneuvering easy.
Source: auto.vesti.ru; Honda Press Release
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