2016 BMW 7 Series Remote Control Self Parking BMW video.
The new BMW 7 Series is the world’s first able to manoeuvre in or out of parking spaces or garages without anyone at the wheel. The remote control parking option thus allows drivers to access extremely tight parking spaces. Using the likewise newly developed BMW Display Key, the driver can prompt the car to enter or exit a parking space fully automatically. New BMW 7 Series 2016 BMW G11/G12 on sale late 2015 with twin turbos, hybrid, all wheel drive, 9 speed gearbox. Watch in UltraHD + SUBSCRIBE #CARJAMTV
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Unique in the luxury sedan segment: remote control parking.
The new BMW 7 Series is the world’s first series-produced car that owners will be able to manoeuvre in or out of parking spaces or garages without anyone at the wheel. The remote control parking option thus allows drivers to access extremely tight parking spaces. Using the likewise newly developed BMW Display Key, the driver can prompt the car to enter or exit a parking space fully automatically.
To activate the remote control parking function, the car has to be positioned at a maximum angle of 10° to the selected parking space. The maximum distance that can be covered by the car during driverless manoeuvres in and out of parking spaces is 1.5 times the length of the car.
Even when they are ensconced in their seat behind the steering wheel, drivers of the new BMW 7 Series will receive more assistance than ever when parking. The latest version of the optional Parking Assistant makes it easier to select and use parking spaces positioned parallel or transversely to the road. The system takes over the entire parking process, including all the steering, gear changes, acceleration and braking manoeuvres required. In addition, the system also includes the Active Park Distance Control function. During reversing manoeuvres, it uses precisely timed braking inputs to help avoid collisions with obstacles around the rear or sides of the car.
A self-parking system is an autopilot technology for automobiles that allows a car to park itself. It is available on some Lexus, Toyota, Volvo, Ford, Kia, Volkswagen and Škoda models.
Automatic parking is an autonomous car-maneuvering system that moves a vehicle from a traffic lane into a parking spot to perform parallel, perpendicular or angle parking. The automatic parking system aims to enhance the comfort and safety of driving in constrained environments where much attention and experience is required to steer the car.
self-parking car technology is mostly used in parallel parking situations (although new cars of VW/Škoda has a next generation parking system that parks itself in horizontal spaces, like small garages). Parallel parking requires cars to park parallel to a curb, in line with the other parked cars. Most people need about six feet more space than the total length of their car to successfully parallel park, although some expert drivers can do it with less space.
In 2006, Lexus self-parking car system to the redesigned Lexus LS self-parking car sedan. It parallel parks as well as angle parks.
In 2009, Ford self-parking car introduced their Active Park Assist beginning with their Lincoln models. It does parallel parking.
In 2010, BMW self-parking car introduced a system called “parking assistant” on the redesigned 5-series. It does parallel parking.
Up to 2012, self-parking cars / automatic parking systems were being developed by several automobile manufacturers. Ford and Lincoln offered active park assist on Ford Focus self-parking car, Fusion self-parking car, Escape self-parking car , Explorer self-parking car and Flex self-parking car and Lincoln self-parking car MKS and MKT. Toyota self-parking car and Lexus self-parking car had advanced parking assistant on Toyota Prius V Five and Lexus LS460 and LS460 L. BMW self-parking car all-new sixth-generation 3 Series used a system called parking assistant. Audi A6 self-parking car , Mercedes self-parking car is parktronic on their Mercedes C-Class, Mercedes CLS-Class Coupe, Mercedes M-Class SUV, Mercedes E-Class, Mercedes S-Class, Mercedes GL350, Mercedes GL450 SUV (standard on Mercedes GL550) and Mercedes R-Class in different prices.
In 2015, Bosch plans to release a fully automated self parking car system. This driverless car system allows the driver to get out of the car and activate autunomous parking from a smartphone. The car will accelerate, calculate maneuver, steer, brake, and check surroundings itself. Making it a fully self-parking car.