5 Self Driving Cars Of Future ! autopilot, autonomous and car Artficial intelligence
An autonomous car (driverless car, self-driving car,] robotic car) is a vehicle that is capable of sensing its environment and navigating without human input
1-mercedes f 015
Luxurious driving of the future now has a face. On the eve of the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, Mercedes Benz introduced the autonomous driving F 015.
Futuristic design meets sophisticated technology. In San Francisco the engineering team of the Mercedes-Benz F 015 Luxury in Motion gives an exclusive insight. Find more information about the F 015 Luxury in Motion on http://mb4.me/PlgWJw7s
Simple, intuitive and easy to use. Sensus Connect is now ready to take the wheel at the groundbreaking Drive Me project in Gothenburg, piloting 100 self-driving Volvo cars for the very first time on public roads.
Volvo Cars and Ericsson are developing intelligent media streaming for when drivers can view content in self-driving cars.
Discover more at http://www.volvoca.rs/0lwCC
Tesla Autopilot relieves drivers of the most tedious and potentially dangerous aspects of road travel. We’re building Autopilot to give you more confidence behind the wheel, increase your safety on the road, and make highway driving more enjoyable. While truly driverless cars are still a few years away, Tesla Autopilot functions like the systems that airplane pilots use when conditions are clear. The driver is still responsible for, and ultimately in control of, the car. What’s more, you always have intuitive access to the information your car is using to inform its actions.
4-Google Self driving Cars
Join one of our safety drivers for a ride in our second generation vehicle, the Lexus, to understand how Google’s self-driving technology works on the road.
Google’s latest version of a self-driving car is hitting the streets of Mountain View. Kiet Do shows us the prototype in action
We announced our self-driving car project in 2010 to make driving safer, more enjoyable, and more efficient. Having safely completed over 200,000 miles of computer-led driving, we wanted to share one of our favorite moments. Here’s Steve, who joined us for a special drive on a carefully programmed route to experience being behind the wheel in a whole new way. We organized this test as a technical experiment, but we think it’s also a promising look at what autonomous technology may one day deliver if rigorous technology and safety standards can be met.
Chevrolet’s FNR concept car, a self-driving electric prototype, premiered at the Shanghai Autoshow on Tuesday, showing its ‘futuristic capsule design’ and turning many heads. Chevrolet FNR. Stargazers, this one is for you. The interior seats offer deep reclining positions, and much of the car’s top is see-though, allowing for great night sky viewing