Nine different automakers will showcase the latest innovations and how they work including GPS, microwaves, radars, lasers, and camera-based systems. In doing so, they will give Toronto Auto Show visitors a preview of driverless technologies and automobiles expected to hit the market by 2020 or earlier.
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A highlight of the AutoConnect Showcase is a full-scale Mercedes-Benz S-Class driving simulator allowing people to experience for themselves the car's full range of advanced driver-assistance technologies, including "hands-off" steering.
Meanwhile, Ford will be doing live parallel parking demonstrations with the Active Park Assist system available in its C-Max Energi.
Chrysler (UConnect), GM (OnStar with 4G LTE), Infiniti (Predictive Forward Collision Warning), Mazda (i-ACTIVSENSE), MINI (connectivity and driver-assistance features), Subaru (stereo camera-based suite of driver-assistance features), and Toyota (Integrated Safety Management Concept) are the other manufacturers that will present autonomous driving technologies at the 2014 Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto.
Source : AJAC