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Audi Q3 Self-Parking

Me showing the self parking of our new Audi Q3, the car is really nice especially with the high end motor generating 210hp which will take you up to speed in no time. When you are inside the car you do feel that you are in an SUV as you are higher off the ground than in an A4 Avant but you have to remember that it is both not as long nor as wide as the A4.


 


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All new Audi Q3 2012 Produktion
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Audi Piloted parking traffic jam
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Audi Piloted Parking Footage
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Audi Self-Parking Demonstration - CES 2013
Audi shows off an A7 that transforms into an robot valet, driving off to park itself and then returning to the front of the hotel to pick up its well-to-do owner.





Audi Q3 Test Drive OffRoad Experience
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2012 Audi A6 - Park Assist
Visit my blog: http://guitigefilmpjes.blogspot.com The Audi Park Assist searches for suitable parking spaces along the road by means of ultrasonic sensors, calculates the ideal parking path and performs the steering action virtually automatically. Steering is done by the vehicle, the driver need only accelerate and apply the brakes.





New Q3: Take a closer look
The new Audi Q3 embodies a new way of thinking: it's athletic, progressive -- and yet surprisingly compact. The Q3 front is characterised by low-lying air intakes and distinctive headlamps, whilst a Q3 coupé-like silhouette with a flat rear window reinforces the car's sporty character. Innovative and energy-efficient LED technology underscores the progressiveness of the Audi Q3. Find out more: www.m25audi.co.uk/audi/q3.html





Audi Piloted Parking (Audi's self-parking car)
Audi's self-parking car Audi recently demonstrated a car that can park itself without the need for a driver.For Audi, one technology with which it hopes to leap ahead is a local Wi-Fi hotspot and integrated 3G/4G for internet access for passengers while on the road. But the most impressive technology-led iniative for the company is still a way off: a self-parking car, or, as Audi calls it, Piloted Parking. The idea behind it is rather simple: you exit your vehicle, pull out your smartphone, click a button and the car drives itself off to a parking spot at a nearby garage. The car uses an array of internal and external sensors to get its position: Audi claims they can be as accurate up to 10cm, but only if they have access to special laser sensors inside the parking structure (four of those scanners had been set up in the parking structure to support the demo). These might be redundant in the future, as the car maker is working on a laser sensor that will be integrated in the car itself (think the sensor tower on top of Google's self-driving car, but completely integrated in the chassis). The self-parking system also needs access to the car park's management system, in order to find and allocate a free parking space and transmit the route to the car. Since most modern car parks have more than one level or are underground, GPS-based positioning is not really an option, so instead the management system uses Wi-Fi to transmit the route. The technologies that Audi is developing for its future piloted driving system have been highly acclaimed by US experts. The "Popular Science" magazine has named the Audi system for piloted parking in parking garages "Product Of The Future." The editorial team is thus recognizing the most significant developments presented by Audi at the Consumer Electronics Show 2013 (CES) in Las Vegas. The new Audi system was also commended as "Best Automotive Technology" at this year's CES by specialized media network "The Verge." Ricky Hudi, Head of Electrics/Electronics Development at Audi: "The awards acknowledge our development work and show that we are on the right track."





► Audi's automatic driving in traffic jams
From Audi adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go function to traffic sign recognition -- right across its model range, Audi offers a broad assortment of assistance systems that make driving even more relaxed and under control. The assistance systems are closely integrated, providing them with a high degree of intelligence and outstanding capabilities. Adaptive cruise control (ACC) with Stop & Go function acts as the core component of the Audi driver assistance systems. The system regulates the speed and the distance from the vehicle in front over a range of zero to 250 km/h (zero to 155.34 mph). The ACC Stop & Go function employs one or two rear-mounted radar sensors depending on the configuration. The sensors transmit radar waves in order to detect objects up to 250 meters (820.21 ft) ahead of the vehicle. The driver can vary the distance to the vehicle ahead and the control dynamics in multiple levels - from sporty to comfortable. In stop & go traffic the system slows down the car to a standstill. After a brief stop, such as at a traffic light, it automatically drives off and follows the vehicle ahead; after a longer stop, the driver must tap the accelerator pedal or briefly activate the control stalk. Audi adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go function interacts closely with other driver assistance systems; it utilizes the data from almost 30­ control units to analyze all of the vehicle's surroundings. The system uses this broad knowledge base to recognize complex scenarios and offer anticipatory support to the driver. Because it works in conjunction with the MMI Navigation plus, it knows which route lies ahead and can use this information to control the vehicle's speed. Audi offers a number of versions of adaptive cruise control for different model series -- including without the Stop & Go function. The individual versions differ slightly in their mode of operation due to the different degrees of networking and configurations. ► If you love cars, you should subscribe now to YouCar's channel: http://urlz.fr/lEd Go ahead, it's free! All the Best.





Launch Control Audi Q3
Launch Control Audi Q3





Audi Self Driving Auto Parking
Audi Self Parking Car New Generat Audi recently demonstrated a car that can park itself without the need for a driver.For Audi, one technology with which it hopes to leap ahead is a local Wi-Fi hotspot and integrated 3G/4G for internet access for passengers while on the road. But the most impressive technology-led iniative for the company is still a way off: a self-parking car, or, as Audi calls it, Piloted Parking. The idea behind it is rather simple: you exit your vehicle, pull out your smartphone, click a button and the car drives itself off to a parking spot at a nearby garage. The car uses an array of internal and external sensors to get its position: Audi claims they can be as accurate up to 10cm, but only if they have access to special laser sensors inside the parking structure (four of those scanners had been set up in the parking structure to support the demo). These might be redundant in the future, as the car maker is working on a laser sensor that will be integrated in the car itself (think the sensor tower on top of Google's self-driving car, but completely integrated in the chassis). The self-parking system also needs access to the car park's management system, in order to find and allocate a free parking space and transmit the route to the car. Since most modern car parks have more than one level or are underground, GPS-based positioning is not really an option, so instead the management system uses Wi-Fi to transmit the route. The technologies that Audi is developing for its future piloted driving system have been highly acclaimed by US experts. The "Popular Science" magazine has named the Audi system for piloted parking in parking garages "Product Of The Future." The editorial team is thus recognizing the most significant developments presented by Audi at the Consumer Electronics Show 2013 (CES) in Las Vegas. The new Audi system was also commended as "Best Automotive Technology" at this year's CES by specialized media network "The Verge." Ricky Hudi, Head of Electrics/Electronics Development at Audi: "The awards acknowledge our development work and show that we are on the right track."





Audi Q3 - Design, aerodynamics, colours & trim, comfort, engines
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ford focus auto parking system (indoor)
ford focus auto parking system





Audi Q3 Testbericht - AutoScout24
http://www.autoscout24.ch/Cms/Article.aspx?cmscid=12&nav=71&lng=de&cmsaid=5 279 - Das beliebte Segment der kompakten SUV erhält Zuwachs. Das neue Premium-Modell Audi Q3 hat alle Voraussetzungen, der neue Klassenprimus zu werden.





Audi Q3 quattro
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