At the moment, there are two parallel roads to driverless driving. One involves automakers and parts suppliers working on incremental advances in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) that could eventually fuse into an autonomous system. This road includes human-machine interfaces (HMIs) that are situation-aware and thus able to automatically adapt to driving conditions.
The other road heads straight to a self-driving vehicle, with suppliers working on complete autonomous driving systems they hope to sell to automakers or even end users. At the moment, the auto industry is at a crossroads since ADAS makes it clear that we’re halfway there already.
No Longer the Stuff of Science Fiction – Your car may be a safer driver than you are!
No longer a question of ‘if,’ but rather ‘when, shines the spotlight on autonomous vehicles as the experts gather in Las Vegas for the International Consumer Electronics Show. Drill down further for highlights of what will be discussed and how it affects automakers and their dealers.