At the upcoming 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las
Vegas, global auto supplier Denso will use virtual and augmented reality platforms to illustrate how its technology could be used to make life smarter, safer and easier.
Denso will exhibit in the North Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC); Booth #2131, Jan. 6-9.
Visitors to Denso’s booth will be able to experience how vehicle-to-vehicle and
vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) technology can create a safer and more convenient mobile
world. These technologies help with accident avoidance, hazard warnings on highways or
country roads, and collision avoidance for off road vehicles
Denso’s exhibit will also feature a Wellness Monitoring System to measure biometrics, such
as blood pressure and heart rate and a gaze detection system for the automobile that
tracks eye movement and responds based on where you are looking in a vehicle cockpit.
To preserve the environment and create a society that is safe and secure, Denso is
applying its technologies and know-how gained from years in the automotive business.