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02:07  08 january  2019
02:07  08 january  2019 Source:   cnet.com

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Valeo introduced XtraVue at CES last year in different version that lets you see through vehicles ahead of you to spot any danger in front, much as That version, however, relied on cameras installed in other vehicles and public LTE mobile networks. XtraVue Trailer works on the same principal but is a

This system uses a face-recognition camera (like those used for Level 3 autonomous Valeo ' s XtraVue concept leverages vehicle-to-vehicle communication to share one vehicle's forward-facing One night I escaped the CES Auto Show in the convention center's North Hall for a roundup of cool

Valeo's XtraVue uses cameras to make your trailer 'invisible' at CES 2019© CNET

If you're new to it, towing a trailer can be an exercise in frustration and failed attempts at reversing. Valeo's new tech at CES 2019, however, aims to eliminate those woes by making the trailer invisible.

Valeo's XtraVue Trailer system made its debut at CES 2019 in Las Vegas. Building upon an earlier rendition of the same system, XtraVue trailer uses some surprisingly simple tech to make towing easier. By installing one camera on the rear of the towing vehicle and one camera on the rear of the trailer, Valeo's tech will combine the images to display an image that renders the trailer virtually transparent.

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Nissan wants to turn car windshields into portals to a virtual world. At CES 2019 , the Japanese automaker will demonstrate what it calls “ invisible -to-visible” (I2V) tech. While the name makes it sound like witchcraft, I2V is just a way to overlay information from a car’ s onboard sensors

Valeo's XtraVue uses cameras to make your trailer 'invisible' at CES 2019© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. valeo-xtravue-trailer-1

Last year's iteration was a bit more complex -- still impressive, just harder to pull off in production. The 2018 version relied on video feeds from other connected vehicles and roadside infrastructure, which means any production version of this system would need a pretty well fleshed out environment. This latest version only requires the hardware installed on the vehicle and its trailer.

Valeo's XtraVue uses cameras to make your trailer 'invisible' at CES 2019© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. valeo-xtravue-trailer-2

Valeo's demonstration images show the "invisible" trailer displayed on a separate screen, but any production version would likely be integrated into the infotainment system. Similar to other trailer-specific apps in infotainment systems, a user may only be a couple button presses away from ensuring tailgaters aren't living on your trailer's bumper.

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