Historically, windshield projectors have been made to display the information that is primarily important to driving while keeping them focused on the road.
It is important that the data is visualised in easy-to-grasp way, so that it requires less time to be comprehended — even in HUD mode. Which is why HUD displays keep it very schematic and minimalist, with simple bold elements and contrasting basic colors.
HUDWAY Drive supplements the driver with the information that is essential to making correct choices: whether it's safe to change lines or overtake*, whether current speed exceeds the limit for this road segment**, or whether there are pedestrians crossing the road beyond the headlights reach***.
*Connecting side and rear view cameras to HUDWAY Drive allows for advanced blind spots control and is particularly helpful for young drivers. Learn more about cameras to connect to HUDWAY Drive
**In the first versions of HUDWAY Drive app the speed limits can be set manually, while later on, there will be automatic updates for the speed limits database globally.
*** Pedestrians, animals, vehicles and other objects that emit heat are recognized and highlighted by a night vision camera. Such objects are rendered white against the neutral dark gray environment background. When driving in darkness, dark gray areas appear close to transparent while projected through the windshield, and the whiter objects become very well visible. Learn more about night vision cameras