New Land Rover can be operated by remote control

remote control for Land Rover

Land Rover is researching a new remote control technology that represents a stepping stone towards the fully autonomous car. It could be used by the driver to manoeuvre their car out of difficult situations safely or negotiate challenging terrain, whilst walking alongside the car at a maximum speed of 4mph.
The Multi-Point Turn Range Rover Sport is also capable of autonomously manoeuvring through 180 degrees, with the system taking over gear selection, steering, braking and acceleration.

Maneuver or park the car in a difficult place can be a stressful experience for any driver. So the Jaguar Land Rover announced it is testing the new Range Rover Sport a remote control system for automobiles. Through a smartphone application, the user can take the car tight spaces while watching out. You can also leave the vehicle to maneuver it easily into an off-road environment, for example. The system only works at distances of up to 10 m. The operating speed is a maximum of 6 km / h. Check, video, how it works.


3 Responses to "New Land Rover can be operated by remote control"

  1. Derek Rowe says:

    Until he thumbs the gas pedal instead of the break and becomes the first person to hit and run his own self.

  2. Ted says:

    So if you lose your phone you lose your car!?

  3. George Dominik says:

    When doing the 180 you start turning the wheels when stationary? You got a deal with tyre manufacturers or what? 🙂

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