The biometric identification market for automotive, by value, is projected to grow at a CAGR of 25.61% from 2017 to 2022, to reach USD 21.72 Billion by 2022. Factors such as rising focus on safety, security, and comfort and increase in sales of premium vehicles are projected to fuel the … Read the rest
South Korea’s biggest automaker Hyundai, is leveraging the 2018 Pyeonchang Winter Olympics to demonstrate its latest self driving technology. For this, it has been keenly working with the South Korean Government. There are quiet a few challenges to accomplish this vision, of which one of the major challenges here would … Read the rest
Keeping in mind the Japanese Olympics 2020, Panasonic wants to place as many Self Driving Wheelchairs as possible at every major airport. As a part of this initiative, Panasonic launched its first of chairs at Tokyo’s, Haneda International Airport.
A traveler in need of physical assistance can summon Panasonic’s wheelchair … Read the rest
Expect a lot of changes in the industry with the incoming of the autonomous world. Expect business to revolve around and facilitate more of this concept, that is on track on be the next big revolution after the internet!
There’s been a lot of talk about autonomous vehicles and their … Read the rest
Data has proven to be the future of major developments. Data converted to information is very cynical for the development of any supreme technology. Realizing the importance of such a system, Big Data has been a proven winner over the last couple of years.
A number of supreme tech and … Read the rest
As car manufacturers ride along this new wave of automation, the need to secure these increasingly connected ‘devices’ becomes paramount and the UK government has been swift to take actions.
The quest to make autonomous cars a reality is on, and how it will turn out is pretty fathomable. The future is limitless and this means, we could see a whole fleet of automated taxis that can possibly revolutionize the whole concept of public service. People could subscribe to … Read the rest
Oryx Vision, based out of Israel is developing object sensors for self-driving cars. On Tuesday, it announced that it had raised $50 million in a second funding round led by Third Point Ventures and Walden Riverwood Ventures (WRV).
Union Tech Ventures along side existing investors Bessemer Venture Partners, Maniv Mobility … Read the rest