The recently held Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2017 in Las Vegas mainly focused on the new technologies like driverless cars, 5G, and smart technology. It is expected this will form the major parts of the strategies of top tech firms’ this year.
German car manufacturing company Audi has collaborated with NVIDIA Technologies to develop Artificial Intelligence powered driverless cars by the end of 2020.
Google has announced that they are planning to stop the development of their self driving cars, and looking for partnership with known car manufactures who are already working on self-driving projects.
Bosch is equipment supplier for Google, BMW, and Tesla for producing automated driving cars. Now Bosch has announced about their self driving car by 2025. Bosch is a part of Automotive Research at Stanford, Silicon Valley Research Forum and IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.
Tesla already has semi-automated cars, and announced about fully automated cars or driver less cars that would be launched in 2 years.
Almost all car manufacturing companies are going to launch their driver-less cars by 2020 as the future is going to be robotics and artificial intelligence. Not only manufacturing companies, but also leading Mobile Application development company Atlanta are working on new technologies where they can immerse mobile application in to driverless cars as they can be able to manage driving.