Amazing technology for millennial generation is being introduced by Mercedes-Benz which is easily accessible and certainly going to uncomplicated you’re driving experience. The remote parking system designed went through the testing phase in UAE at the third International Conference for Mobility.
This new sensational mobile application-based parking system is developed by Mercedes Benz which is already going live on few of its European models. At present, it is going to the trials and certification procedures. It is a unique park-assist system, The Mercedes ‘Me Connect’ that enables the car to park in any sort of parking and that may include parallel, horizontal and angle which is not going to have any human interference. Amazing!
‘Mercedes Me Connect’ helps the user to stay in touch with their vehicle. It is going to be easy for the car to locate the parking spot, the interesting part is user just have to step out and make circling sign on the ‘me connect app’ the car will read the sign and on its own it will reverse, forward, turn and finally smoothly it will slip in the parking spot.
This stunning feature is going to be most available in the jammed areas, and certainly, it is going to assure the safe parking of the car without an inch of damage and hassle. While using ‘Mercedes Me Connect’ the user has to be within the radius of three meters while circling on the mobile app when the car is moving. Essentially, the ‘Mercedes Me Connect’ is a significant step towards fully autonomous driving.
Inspiration is just one click away with Mercedes-Benz, customer requirements are different and many so are the ways to fulfill them which ‘Mercedes Me connect’ has proved. Possibilities will be limitless when any user is going to think or dream about Mercedes. They firmly believe in developing the services which will be bespoke. ‘Mercedes Me connect’ is going to available successively for latest models.
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