In conversation with Kartikeya Joshi, head of marketing and sales, Bosch Chassis Systems India Ltd.

Parking assist systems have been a boon ever since they were first introduced. The first generation existed in the form of sensors on the surface of the car, emitting audible “beeps” of increasing frequency as the car gets closer to an obstacle. Shortly after that, the sensors were paired with a reverse camera which made parking easy on the neck muscle by displaying the feed on the infotainment screen. From then on, the systems have become so advanced that all was left to be done was make it an automated process. In an exclusive email...

Updated Date: May 17, 2016 16:59 PM

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