ENP Newswire -
Release date- 07072014 - The myDriveAssist app recently developed by Bosch engineers is able to read traffic signs as well as to record and process other information for new vehicle functions.
The data is collected by smartphones on the road, then analyzed by a central server and made available once again to the vehicle applications.
Bosch app warns drivers not to speed
The Bosch app available free of charge in the
The traffic signs recognized can also be used to update the digital map stored on a central server: the traffic sign the camera identifies and its position as determined by the GPS receiver are reported anonymously to the central server. You could say that the camera 'observes' the surroundings 'through the eyes of the cars.'
A maze of signs
The information on the surroundings that users gather can be very quickly integrated into the digital map. The speed limits can then be automatically shared with and made available to other road users. This means that drivers are no longer dependent on local traffic signs alone; they can reap the benefits of the latest information available across the entire country. The smartphone myDriveAssist app now helps you to make your way through the traffic-sign jungle and increases traffic safety.
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