New intelligent high-beam LED Array Adaptive High Beam System

November 29, 2014 at 11:58 pm

Experts of Toyota developed a system of intelligent high-beam LED Array Adaptive High Beam System, which adapts to the mode of driving a car, does not blind oncoming cars and pedestrians on the roadside lights. The first models with new headlights will appear in 2015. In light headlamps there are LEDs, which mounted in several rows. The “brain” of the new system is the Toyota electronic control unit, which works in conjunction with the established in the top of the windscreen camera and steering. If necessary, the electronics can change the direction of the luminous flux of certain diodes to illuminate a turn or avoid blinding oncoming traffic.

New intelligent high-beam LED Array Adaptive High Beam System pics

New intelligent high-beam LED Array Adaptive High Beam System picture

The angle of illumination of the road varies depending on vehicle speed. When driving at a speed of 15 to 40 km / h, the lights do “focus” on a larger lighting angle, and at speeds above 80 km / h, the light beam is directed to the far point.

New intelligent high-beam LED Array Adaptive High Beam System pics

New intelligent high-beam LED Array Adaptive High Beam System picture

In addition, the “Toyota” is developing a three-dimensional head-up display, which combines a conventional dashboard, navigation and visual system to warn the driver of potential dangers in the path of the car.

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