Hidden Camera Tech Patent from Honda revealed

We have seen innovations in motorcycle safety from many manufacturers today. One of them is Honda's Pinion, which has filed a patent on a new safety system. many on the motorcycle and the latest patent from the camp That is an approach that may not be new. But it seems to be an interesting solution and does not result in the bike's form losing its aesthetics in the slightest.  Radar sensors on the Ducati Multistrada V4S Over the past few years we have seen many two-wheeler manufacturers devoting themselves to the development of radar safety systems. Leaders such as Ducati have partnered with Bosch to install anti-collision radar on the Multistrada V4S and continue to the BMW R1250RT, R18B, R18 Transcontinental. Or will it be from KTM, who recently installed a radar system on its 1290 Adventure S, and Kawasaki is going to install it on the H2 SX for the 2022 model year that is coming later this year? but all this It has one thing in common, the “surplus” from the fairing, with both the camera and radar dots mounted on the front and rear. Moreover, this technology is complex and the value is quite high. It seems that Honda has found a solution to this problem. The manufacturer, Honda, has a patent on the use of radar sensors as well. with the manufacturers mentioned above. But the approach is quite a bit different because Honda itself focuses mainly on beauty. By hiding all the sensors in the body of the bike. It does not emerge to be a focus outside the bike in any way. Moreover, the latest patent of Wing Nok Camp also offers a solution to the problem. By using Hidden Camera Tech or a camera hidden in the headlights of the bike to help fix the issue of beauty and the value of safety technology  The principle of the Hidden Camera Tech system works similarly to Subaru's system used on four-wheeled vehicles. It will install a dual camera in the front of the bike. to measure the distance from the object in front According to the patent, Honda suggests that it could use a CCD, MOS or CMOS sensor, the sensors often used in digital cameras today. Installed inside the headlights of the bike Which is inside the LED lamp again, which we can see from the illustration that "17" and "26" are sensors, while "15" and "23" are LED lights. It is mounted inside the headlamp along with an interior wall to prevent the image sensor from interfering with the LED light. This concept seems to have many uses. Especially when it comes to sensor packaging technology in a narrow area of ​​the front of the motorcycle without sacrificing its appearance.  With at least two image sensors providing a wide field of view, it's likely to be possible to figure out how far away an object is. By lifting heavy objects by the object sorting processor it can also identify what lies ahead, for example to differentiate between pedestrians and vehicles. Although there are differences between the radar sensor and the camera sensor, and some features that can be easily disturbed such as fog or spray, these obstacles do not affect radar sensors. but will directly affect the camera to measure the distance But it has different advantages. The camera sensor will have the ability to recognize speed limit signals. or to identify traffic lights and even to indicate the illuminated brake lights on the vehicle ahead. Radar sensors will need to use the camera as a component to manage these issues.  Probably the bottom line here is that installing Honda's Hidden Camera Tech is a relatively low unit cost. and has a very small size Many modern smartphones have three, four or even five cameras, so putting two such sensors in the headlights of a car can do so without adding weight to the expense that consumers can handle. wai  It may be viewed as interesting technology and innovation. but how? It is still in the patent process. Still in the process of development Which we can not know that the device manufacturer's Hidden Camera Tech will be contained in any of the products of the camp. And when will it be actually used for the first time? But what we know is that Honda is trying to fix these problems. To provide consumers with access to safety innovations at an easily accessible price. And with efficiency that is not inferior to the beauty of the exterior of the car, fans of the pinion camp must continue to follow.

We have seen innovations in motorcycle safety from many manufacturers today. One of them is Honda's Pinion, which has filed a patent on a new safety system. many on the motorcycle and the latest patent from the camp That is an approach that may not be new. But it seems to be an interesting solution and does not result in the bike's form losing its aesthetics in the slightest.


Radar sensors on the Ducati Multistrada V4S


Over the past few years we have seen many two-wheeler manufacturers devoting themselves to the development of radar safety systems. Leaders such as Ducati have partnered with Bosch to install anti-collision radar on the Multistrada V4S and continue to the BMW R1250RT, R18B, R18 Transcontinental. Or will it be from KTM, who recently installed a radar system on its 1290 Adventure S, and Kawasaki is going to install it on the H2 SX for the 2022 model year that is coming later this year? but all this It has one thing in common, the “surplus” from the fairing, with both the camera and radar dots mounted on the front and rear. Moreover, this technology is complex and the value is quite high. It seems that Honda has found a solution to this problem.


We have seen innovations in motorcycle safety from many manufacturers today. One of them is Honda's Pinion, which has filed a patent on a new safety system. many on the motorcycle and the latest patent from the camp That is an approach that may not be new. But it seems to be an interesting solution and does not result in the bike's form losing its aesthetics in the slightest.  Radar sensors on the Ducati Multistrada V4S Over the past few years we have seen many two-wheeler manufacturers devoting themselves to the development of radar safety systems. Leaders such as Ducati have partnered with Bosch to install anti-collision radar on the Multistrada V4S and continue to the BMW R1250RT, R18B, R18 Transcontinental. Or will it be from KTM, who recently installed a radar system on its 1290 Adventure S, and Kawasaki is going to install it on the H2 SX for the 2022 model year that is coming later this year? but all this It has one thing in common, the “surplus” from the fairing, with both the camera and radar dots mounted on the front and rear. Moreover, this technology is complex and the value is quite high. It seems that Honda has found a solution to this problem. The manufacturer, Honda, has a patent on the use of radar sensors as well. with the manufacturers mentioned above. But the approach is quite a bit different because Honda itself focuses mainly on beauty. By hiding all the sensors in the body of the bike. It does not emerge to be a focus outside the bike in any way. Moreover, the latest patent of Wing Nok Camp also offers a solution to the problem. By using Hidden Camera Tech or a camera hidden in the headlights of the bike to help fix the issue of beauty and the value of safety technology  The principle of the Hidden Camera Tech system works similarly to Subaru's system used on four-wheeled vehicles. It will install a dual camera in the front of the bike. to measure the distance from the object in front According to the patent, Honda suggests that it could use a CCD, MOS or CMOS sensor, the sensors often used in digital cameras today. Installed inside the headlights of the bike Which is inside the LED lamp again, which we can see from the illustration that "17" and "26" are sensors, while "15" and "23" are LED lights. It is mounted inside the headlamp along with an interior wall to prevent the image sensor from interfering with the LED light. This concept seems to have many uses. Especially when it comes to sensor packaging technology in a narrow area of ​​the front of the motorcycle without sacrificing its appearance.  With at least two image sensors providing a wide field of view, it's likely to be possible to figure out how far away an object is. By lifting heavy objects by the object sorting processor it can also identify what lies ahead, for example to differentiate between pedestrians and vehicles. Although there are differences between the radar sensor and the camera sensor, and some features that can be easily disturbed such as fog or spray, these obstacles do not affect radar sensors. but will directly affect the camera to measure the distance But it has different advantages. The camera sensor will have the ability to recognize speed limit signals. or to identify traffic lights and even to indicate the illuminated brake lights on the vehicle ahead. Radar sensors will need to use the camera as a component to manage these issues.  Probably the bottom line here is that installing Honda's Hidden Camera Tech is a relatively low unit cost. and has a very small size Many modern smartphones have three, four or even five cameras, so putting two such sensors in the headlights of a car can do so without adding weight to the expense that consumers can handle. wai  It may be viewed as interesting technology and innovation. but how? It is still in the patent process. Still in the process of development Which we can not know that the device manufacturer's Hidden Camera Tech will be contained in any of the products of the camp. And when will it be actually used for the first time? But what we know is that Honda is trying to fix these problems. To provide consumers with access to safety innovations at an easily accessible price. And with efficiency that is not inferior to the beauty of the exterior of the car, fans of the pinion camp must continue to follow.


The manufacturer, Honda, has a patent on the use of radar sensors as well. with the manufacturers mentioned above. But the approach is quite a bit different because Honda itself focuses mainly on beauty. By hiding all the sensors in the body of the bike. It does not emerge to be a focus outside the bike in any way. Moreover, the latest patent of Wing Nok Camp also offers a solution to the problem. By using Hidden Camera Tech or a camera hidden in the headlights of the bike to help fix the issue of beauty and the value of safety technology


The principle of the Hidden Camera Tech system works similarly to Subaru's system used on four-wheeled vehicles. It will install a dual camera in the front of the bike. to measure the distance from the object in front According to the patent, Honda suggests that it could use a CCD, MOS or CMOS sensor, the sensors often used in digital cameras today. Installed inside the headlights of the bike Which is inside the LED lamp again, which we can see from the illustration that "17" and "26" are sensors, while "15" and "23" are LED lights. It is mounted inside the headlamp along with an interior wall to prevent the image sensor from interfering with the LED light. This concept seems to have many uses. Especially when it comes to sensor packaging technology in a narrow area of ​​the front of the motorcycle without sacrificing its appearance.


With at least two image sensors providing a wide field of view, it's likely to be possible to figure out how far away an object is. By lifting heavy objects by the object sorting processor it can also identify what lies ahead, for example to differentiate between pedestrians and vehicles.


We have seen innovations in motorcycle safety from many manufacturers today. One of them is Honda's Pinion, which has filed a patent on a new safety system. many on the motorcycle and the latest patent from the camp That is an approach that may not be new. But it seems to be an interesting solution and does not result in the bike's form losing its aesthetics in the slightest.  Radar sensors on the Ducati Multistrada V4S Over the past few years we have seen many two-wheeler manufacturers devoting themselves to the development of radar safety systems. Leaders such as Ducati have partnered with Bosch to install anti-collision radar on the Multistrada V4S and continue to the BMW R1250RT, R18B, R18 Transcontinental. Or will it be from KTM, who recently installed a radar system on its 1290 Adventure S, and Kawasaki is going to install it on the H2 SX for the 2022 model year that is coming later this year? but all this It has one thing in common, the “surplus” from the fairing, with both the camera and radar dots mounted on the front and rear. Moreover, this technology is complex and the value is quite high. It seems that Honda has found a solution to this problem. The manufacturer, Honda, has a patent on the use of radar sensors as well. with the manufacturers mentioned above. But the approach is quite a bit different because Honda itself focuses mainly on beauty. By hiding all the sensors in the body of the bike. It does not emerge to be a focus outside the bike in any way. Moreover, the latest patent of Wing Nok Camp also offers a solution to the problem. By using Hidden Camera Tech or a camera hidden in the headlights of the bike to help fix the issue of beauty and the value of safety technology  The principle of the Hidden Camera Tech system works similarly to Subaru's system used on four-wheeled vehicles. It will install a dual camera in the front of the bike. to measure the distance from the object in front According to the patent, Honda suggests that it could use a CCD, MOS or CMOS sensor, the sensors often used in digital cameras today. Installed inside the headlights of the bike Which is inside the LED lamp again, which we can see from the illustration that "17" and "26" are sensors, while "15" and "23" are LED lights. It is mounted inside the headlamp along with an interior wall to prevent the image sensor from interfering with the LED light. This concept seems to have many uses. Especially when it comes to sensor packaging technology in a narrow area of ​​the front of the motorcycle without sacrificing its appearance.  With at least two image sensors providing a wide field of view, it's likely to be possible to figure out how far away an object is. By lifting heavy objects by the object sorting processor it can also identify what lies ahead, for example to differentiate between pedestrians and vehicles. Although there are differences between the radar sensor and the camera sensor, and some features that can be easily disturbed such as fog or spray, these obstacles do not affect radar sensors. but will directly affect the camera to measure the distance But it has different advantages. The camera sensor will have the ability to recognize speed limit signals. or to identify traffic lights and even to indicate the illuminated brake lights on the vehicle ahead. Radar sensors will need to use the camera as a component to manage these issues.  Probably the bottom line here is that installing Honda's Hidden Camera Tech is a relatively low unit cost. and has a very small size Many modern smartphones have three, four or even five cameras, so putting two such sensors in the headlights of a car can do so without adding weight to the expense that consumers can handle. wai  It may be viewed as interesting technology and innovation. but how? It is still in the patent process. Still in the process of development Which we can not know that the device manufacturer's Hidden Camera Tech will be contained in any of the products of the camp. And when will it be actually used for the first time? But what we know is that Honda is trying to fix these problems. To provide consumers with access to safety innovations at an easily accessible price. And with efficiency that is not inferior to the beauty of the exterior of the car, fans of the pinion camp must continue to follow.


Although there are differences between the radar sensor and the camera sensor, and some features that can be easily disturbed such as fog or spray, these obstacles do not affect radar sensors. but will directly affect the camera to measure the distance But it has different advantages. The camera sensor will have the ability to recognize speed limit signals. or to identify traffic lights and even to indicate the illuminated brake lights on the vehicle ahead. Radar sensors will need to use the camera as a component to manage these issues.


Probably the bottom line here is that installing Honda's Hidden Camera Tech is a relatively low unit cost. and has a very small size Many modern smartphones have three, four or even five cameras, so putting two such sensors in the headlights of a car can do so without adding weight to the expense that consumers can handle. wai


It may be viewed as interesting technology and innovation. but how? It is still in the patent process. Still in the process of development Which we can not know that the device manufacturer's Hidden Camera Tech will be contained in any of the products of the camp. And when will it be actually used for the first time? But what we know is that Honda is trying to fix these problems. To provide consumers with access to safety innovations at an easily accessible price. And with efficiency that is not inferior to the beauty of the exterior of the car, fans of the pinion camp must continue to follow.


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