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A KIND OF DRIVE ASSISTANT USING MINI FLYING MACHINE

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000235439D
Publication Date: 2014-Feb-27
Document File: 2 page(s) / 314K

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A KIND OF DRIVE ASSISTANT USING MINI FLYING MACHINE

Sometimes, it is very difficult for drivers to park their cars-they often scrape their automobile's surface or spend too long time to park cars, especially to inexperienced drivers. Also, drivers need to get more views in some other conditions, for example, in traffic jam.

Currently, most motor companies adopt the camera, infrared sensor to help providing drivers more views of phenomenon around their cars. But it is indeed difficult, troublesome and too expensive to deploy enough sensors to detect the whole view of the phenomenon outside the car and combine them together to show drivers outside phenomenon. Moreover, the image is always with distortion more or less.

To solve the problem, the invention proposes a device which could greatly broaden drivers' vision unprecedentedly. The device can catch the whole view of the phenomenon outside the car and broaden the views of further traffic condition using a mini flying device, which I call--cloud ship.

Method

As an example, consider on kind of design for a sample, which is shown at the following picture. It is assumed that signal transmission is steady and fast.


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The important parts of the invention: data processing system, battery, data receiving module, data sending module, motor, control module, power system, camera, sensors.

The device is installed at a certain place of truck lid. When stops inside truck lid, it will be charged. The charging method can also be wireless, that may practice the full time accompany of the low-speed running.

When driver starting the device, it will fly to a certain default point corresponding to the automobile, and cameras catch views the...