Bosch’s driverless parking system handles complex parking with ease

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In the near future, your car will handle the complex parking — even without you in it.

Auto-parts-maker Bosch demonstrated its latest partially automated driverless car system in Farmington Hills, Michigan last week. It’s called “home zone park assist” and Bosch expects the tech to make a North American debut in a production car in 2019.

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Unlike rudimentary auto-park systems currently on the market like Tesla’s Summon, Bosch’s home zone can handle up to 100 complex parking maneuvers.

In order to use home zone, the driver first sets a start point with their smartphone. He or she then drives the route manually at a walking pace. After that first demonstration, the system memorizes the route. Read more…

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