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Paving the path for innovative technology in order to make life easier and safer for drivers has always been a mission of Nissan. With the introduction of the new Note, this pledge to offer dynamic and accessible technologies has touched another height.


On the occasion of the introduction of the new Note, journalists became some of the privileged members to get in touch with Nissan Safety Shield - a network of three innovative safety systems that amalgamate to ensure drivers with outstanding visibility and protection. Nissan Safety Shield becomes another top-grade technology to be attached with the B-segment by Nissan.




Unlike contemporary mechanisms that mainly depend on costly multi-camera and radar systems to keep track of movements surrounding the vehicle, all three components of the Nissan Safety Shield work using data sent from a single wide-angle rear-view camera. To guarantee spotless cleanliness of the key lens Nissan has unveiled a unique ‘wash and blow dry' intelligent cleaning tool that uses water and jet of compressed air.


The Nissan Safety Shield Includes the Three Systems:




Blind Spot Warning: If a vehicle is detected in either blind spot at the rear of the Note, a warning light illuminates in the glass of the Note's wing mirror. If the driver wants to alter lanes and the system identifies a vehicle in the danger area, the light flashes and an audible warning is given.


Lane Departure Warning: Advanced computer programming identifies even faint road markings with precision enabling the car to check whether it is drifting out of position without indicating. If such is the case then a warning is sent to the driver to correct their road position.




Moving Object Detection: This mechanism generates an audible and visual alert if someone or something is moving behind the vehicle, for example if a child is walking towards the reversing Note. Images from the camera can be vieweds on the 5.8-inch NissanConnect screen.




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