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Nissan Applies Fish Behavior to Study Collision-Free Vehicles
Aug 25, 2013

Nissan Inspired by Bees and Fish in Developing Technology for Future Mobility

Nissan's engineers have been inspired by the animal kingdom as they develop new technologies that will shape the future of mobility. One of Nissan's longer term R&D goals is to achieve virtually zero fatalities and serious injuries among occupants of its vehicles. Toru Futami, engineering director of advanced technology and research, said that studying the behavior of animals moving in groups helps engineers understand how vehicles can interact with each other for a safer and more efficient driving environment.
Oct 13, 2011

Nissan's Advanced Technologies - PURE DRIVE

Seven years ago, Nissan was widely criticized as an environmental laggard. As archrivals basked in the green spotlight with their hybrids, Nissan had little to show from an R&D pipeline that was only just recovering from years of r...
Multi-Sensing System with Rear Camera
Oct 12, 2011

NISSAN RELEASES LATEST SAFETY INNOVATIONS

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. today released its latest safety technologies to help reduce fatal and serious injuries caused by accidents involving vehicles, based on the Company’s “Safety Shield” concept. By improving signa...