Top 8 self-driving startups to watch in 2018 and 2019

Top 8 self-driving startups to watch in 2018 and 2019

The automobile industry has never taken a break from innovating since the debut of the Motorwagen, the world’s first car. Automakers are continuously attempting to make their vehicles faster, safer, and more comfortable. To make driving more comfortable car manufacturers looked to automation technologies to make driving less tedious. To start with, (Level 1) automation enhanced the quality of driving using technologies like cruise control. Taking things a step further, cars began to feature assisted steering and acceleration (Level 2). Going even further, cars included LiDAR sensors that take care of monitoring operations (Level 3). The next level (Level 4) of car automation took complete control over steering, accelerating, braking, and monitoring but still required a driver to maneuver it under conditions like traffic jams. Today, we’re on the brink of the ultimate in automated driving that requires zero human intervention from start to end (Level 5). Today’s self-driving […]

What do you think?

486 points
Upvote Downvote

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Autonomous bus in Victoria, Australia completes first trial successfully

Autonomous bus in Victoria, Australia completes first trial successfully

DARPA Expert Warns Autonomous Car Firms Aren't Teaming Up on Safe A.I.

DARPA Expert Warns Autonomous Car Firms Aren’t Teaming Up on Safe A.I.