German semiconductor giant Infineon Technologies will showcase a few of the technologies it’s working to enhance self-driving cars.
Self-driving cars is an important topic for CES (Jan. 5-8 in Las Vegas), and Infineon will demo its innovative driver assistance system (ADAS) that will help to make automobiles safer. It will likewise demonstrate how automated driving has become a reality with LiDAR, 3D cameras and its 77 GHz radar for driving tracking and risk-free software updates on the atmosphere
Honda on Monday provided an early look at a concept car it plans to unveil at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, which runs from January 5-8. The purpose of the concept is to demonstrate Honda’s proficiency in the breakthrough areas of artificial intelligence, electric powertrains and self-driving systems.
The car companies coming to CES
In fact, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has decided to give Detroit 2017 a miss altogether in favor of CES instead. What exactly it’s planning to unveil is unclear, but there’s a strong chance it will be a plug-in electric vehicle that’s heavy on connected car technology.
Mobileye, Delphi To Showcase Driverless-Car Technology At CES
Mobileye, a developer of advanced driver-assistance technology, hooked up with auto supplier Delphi in August after it parted ways with Tesla Motors (TSLA) in July. The pair will jointly develop off-the-shelf autonomous driving technology for automakers.
Infineon’s Radar and Lidar Chips for Self-Driving Cars Coming to CES 2017 | Electronics360
As part of its plans for the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, Infineon Technologies AG will be demonstrating the technologies it is developing to help future self-driving cars.
Autonomous driving is expected to be a huge part of the international trade show taking place January 5-8 in Las Vegas, with numerous technology companies planning to showcase their latest wares and electronics that will enable a reality where cars drive themselves.
General Motors Company: GM Self-Driving Cars Hit Michigan Streets(investorplace.com) General Motors Company: GM Self-Driving Cars Hit Michigan Streets New legislation allows for testing on public roads Dec 16, 2016, 11:26 am EST | By William White , InvestorPlace Writer General Motors Company (NYSE: GM ) is now testing its self-driving cars on public roads in Michigan. Source: General Motors General Motors …