This week, there has been a flurry of activity in the world of automotive AI. The growing technology has blanketed the transportation industry – forcing OEMs to reevaluate their gameplans – while pilot programs are using AI’s assets to successfully freeze out car crashes.
FROM AUTOMOTIVE NEWS: 3 Things to Watch in November Sales
The often overlooked month of November continues to steadily gain prominence on the sales calendar, making up 8.1% of 2017’s yearly auto sales, thanks to most dealerships’ month-long blizzard of Black Friday deals.
FROM AUTOMOTIVE IT: All-New Range Rover Evoque Gets AI, EV Ready Platform
The upgraded vehicle relies on algorithmic settings to study and remember different driver preferences – including climate controls for those cold winter days – bringing the power of many popular data-powered, in-home devices into the driver’s seat.
FROM ZDNET: AI Platform Helps Las Vegas Cut Car Crashes by Almost 20%
Predictive technology from Waycare uses in-vehicle data and road cameras to alert traffic agencies and individual drivers of potential car accidents, allowing everyone more time to react to – and diffuse – emerging threats.
FROM INTERNET OF BUSINESS: How DLT, IoT and AI Are Converging to Reshape Transportation
A constant flurry of data and automation is merging public, private and commercial transportation for the first time, causing OEMs to reevaluate their priorities and consider logistical, data-sharing partnerships.