In an exclusive interview, BMW’s expert Dr Dirk Wisselmann lays out the driverless car strategy of the German company. The Senior Consultant Automated...
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Driverless cars promise to increase safety and comfort for all passengers – but only if we get the interaction between human and machine right. They need to form a relationship. What are potential pitfalls? And what opportunities arise if the car becomes a living space? Discover the whole story in our focus topic!
Autonomous vehicles will need to outperform human driving capabilities. How? It all starts with the perception of their environment: What is around me? Where is everybody moving? Can I move on safely? Are there limitations such as speed? What is happening further down the road?
Driverless cars are setting off at different speeds. Whilst in some places they still seem like a futuristic vision, elsewhere the idea (and the vehicles) are already in motion. So which cities are getting ahead?
New business models will revolutionize mobility. Some experts even predict that owning a car will become obsolete – as car sharing systems similar to online streaming services conquer the market. One of those experts is Peter Fuß.
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