Three-dimensional GPS Navigator AIDA 2.0 for Cars

Researchers at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) have developed a three-dimensional GPS Navigator AIDA 2.0.Right on the dashboard of a car it will show all the places in which you go the streets, the houses, the prices in the surrounding restaurants. In addition, he will know how to bypass traffic congestion.Navigator makes the whole interior of the car on the screen with dozens of interactive gauges, ranging from the  technical condition of cars and congestion and ending discounts in shops along the road and time of arrival home. This program will adapt to the wishes of the driver. The first version of AIDA (Affective, Intelligent Driving Agent) was a little robot, who was sitting next to the wheel, studied the habits and manner of driving, route driver,

then to understand without words where he goes, and if necessary help. But the robot was distracting drivers and now its functions transferred to the sensor on the dashboard car.