Autonomous driving technology is something that many car manufacturers around the world are working on. Manufacturers like Volvo, Tesla all some sort semi autonomous driving technology. German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz is also working on such technology known as automatic valet parking. The manufacturer is developing this in collaboration with Bosch. As part of routine testing, the manufacturer had conducted a test run at Stuttgart’s main airport. Here is the video that shows how this technology will work in the real world.
The video has been shared by CAR TV on their youtube channel. Mercedes-Benz along with Bosch and APCOA which is a parking company are working together to provide world’s first driverless or automatic valet parking system. Mercedes-Benz S-Class used in the video is the latest generation model which was unveiled recently. The luxury sedan already comes with intelligent Park Pilot system. The upcoming technology will utilise S-Class’s parking feature along with Bosch and APCOA’s technology to park vehicle automatically.
This makes Mercedes-Benz S-Class the first car in the world to be able to park itself without a driver. The system works with the help of number of sensors and camera’s that are placed in the car and also at the parking garage. There is a designated spot for the driver to drop the vehicle for automatic parking. Once he is out of his vehicle, he takes out his smartphone and sends command to the vehicle to park itself.
Once the car receives the command, it starts working with the Bosch cameras and sensor installed inside the parking lot. Once the system detects a vacant parking lot, the car automatically reverses and turns to the direction where it is supposed to be parked. Meanwhile, the driver who had dropped off the vehicle can leave the spot.
The vehicle will slowly crawl towards the direction where the vacant space was spotted. If another vehicle comes in front of the S-Class, it will automatically brake and would start moving once the obstacle is cleared. The car would smoothly go and park itself in the space. The same thing is repeated to bring the car back. The driver will send command from his mobile and the car will receive the message and will meet the driver at the very same spot where he had dropped the car initially.
Best 75-inch TV for 2020: TCL, Samsung, LG and Sony compared – CNET
While aremains an ever-popular size, if you feel like you’re ready for an upgrade, the most common next step is to check out 75-inch models. It’s a size available in a lot of the — even those fancy OLED TVs (technically they’re 77 inches, but they’re still included on this list).
If you’re choosing between an excellent 65-inch model or a 75-inch set that performs a bit worse, but has a comparable cost —! More than a slight increase in color accuracy, image quality, viewing angle or any smart functionality, stepping up in TV screen size is the best use of your money. I’m not advising you to get a 75-inch TV that doesn’t perform well enough to satisfy you, however. That’s where the reviews come in: to help you decide just how much money to spend.
The list below represents the best TVs I’ve reviewed in CNET’s test lab, where I compare them side by side to see which is most worth buying. In, and as usual, I’ve actually reviewed the 65-inch sizes in the series listed below. That said, the 75-inch versions are basically identical beyond screen size.
Here are my latest recommendations, which I update as I review new TVs, with the following notes to keep in mind.
No TV I’ve ever tested offers this much picture quality for this little cash. The 2020 TCL 6-Series has even better image quality than its predecessor, thanks to mini-LED tech and well-implemented full-array local dimming that helps it run circles around just about any other TV at this price. It’s also a solid choice for gamers with a new THX mode that combines low input lag and high contrast. As if that’s not enough, the Roku TV operating system is our hands-down favorite.
What’s that you say? You just want the best TV in this size class, money no object? Here you go. In my side-by-side tests, the 2020 LG CX is the best TV I’ve ever reviewed, barely beating its 2019 predecessor. OLED TVs don’t come in a 75-inch size, so this 77-inch model is the closest equivalent.
Splitting the difference between the two models above in price and picture quality, his TCL features Mini-LED, a technology that isn’t found on any other TV currently available. The result is superb picture quality that outdoes any other LCD-based TV we’ve tested, although it doesn’t quite hit OLED levels. And just like the 6-Series above, it uses the Roku smart TV system.
Samsung sells more TVs than anyone and our favorite for 2020 is the Q80T series. Its sleek design stands out compared to the other TVs on this list — although the ultra-thin LG CX OLED is even sleeker — and it also offers excellent image quality, next-gen gaming connectivity and a great smart TV system. The TVs above are superior values but if you want a Samsung anyway, this is a great choice.
Roku is our favorite platform for streaming apps like Netflix, and it’s even better baked into this 75-inch TV. Image quality on this TCL can’t beat any of the models above — its 4K UHD screen resolution and HDR compatibility don’t do anything to help the picture — but it’s perfectly fine for most people, especially at this price.
Other stuff to know about buying a new TV
I’m pretty sure you’d be happy with any one of the TVs above, but a new smart TV set can be a big investment, so maybe you’re looking for a bit more information. Here’s a quick and dirty list.
- 2020 has been a strange year and many new TVs are shipping late. A few of the TVs on this list are still 2019 models, but I expect to review more 2020 TVs soon.
- On the other hand, since TVs are generally a mature technology, the new models may not include major upgrades over the 2019 versions. Most buyers will still be perfectly happy with a 2019 TV, especially since they’re generally cheaper.
- If you don’t like the built-in smart TV system, you can always add a media streamer for more content. They’re cheap and easy to use, and receive updates more frequently than most smart TVs. See the best media streamers here.
- Most TVs have built-in speakers with terrible sound quality, so it’s worthwhile to pair your new set with a soundbar or other speaker system. Good ones start at around $100. See the best sound bars here.
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Rogers is offering a new iPhone 12 deal that’s great for couples.
If you purchase an iPhone 12, you can now get 50 percent off an iPhone 11 64GB with financing on a Rogers Infinite plan. With 50 percent off, you’d then pay $18.23 per month for two years instead of $36.46. This deal is only valid if you’re also financing the iPhone 12. Additionally, the offer is only available for new activations or if you’re upgrading.
You can learn more about this deal here.
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