Have you ever thought about how long it will take for the traffic lights to change?
Audi has developed a solution, and we took a A6 sedan with traffic light aids during CES 2014 and went through Las Vegas Avenue to check it out.
Audi technology integrates with the urban traffic signal system to monitor the lighting change data.
It can then be combined with the speed of the vehicle and the mode of road traffic to predict how long the red light will last.
A traffic light icon with Countdown is displayed on the center display to remind the driver of the rest of the time.
This helps to guess how long the driver needs to sit under the lights.
Also, for some cars, the function of stopping/starting the engine sometimes requires a slight head --
Get up before the lights turn green to minimize hesitation when going out.
In our demo, the system works well.
One obstacle to getting this off the ground is how long it takes to get in touch with the United States. S.
Audi and other automakers are allowed to access their traffic light data to get them involved.
At some point, when some cities agree and build systems, Audi will build this feature in its lineup to prepare it.
The goal is to achieve it in a few years.
This has potential security implications as it can help reduce Red
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