The testing is currently taking place in Belgium and has not reached Ford's standards to be put into vehicles just yet. However, talk has been circulating about how automakers are getting closer to producing cars that come with self-driving technology - this self-parking technology supports this. Ford's Fully Assisted Parking Aid would allow for the driver of the vehicle to step outside the car and push a button which would activate the technology, allowing the car to park itself.
Another technology that Ford is currently testing is a system that would automatically brake cars when they detect pedestrians in front of them. While this type of technology is already available, Ford sets its system apart by giving the vehicle the ability to steer itself out of the way. First, the system would warn the driver of slow-moving objects and/or stationary objects in front of the vehicle. If the driver makes no move to brake, slow down and steer out of the way, the vehicle will do it instead. By using three different radars, ultrasonic sensors and a camera, the vehicle will steer itself out of harms way and protect you and the pedestrian.
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