Despite the slowdown caused by the pandemic, mobility is poised to continue its efforts to level-up in Automated Driving. Key announcements by Volvo & GM about their ambitious plans to roll-out autonomous capabilities in vehicles speak volumes about their commitment to enhance road safety and tap into new business models. At the same time, Waymo launched the 5th gen of its “Waymo Driver” which uses Machine Learning Model to predict the behavior of road users.
Midway through 2020, carmakers and mobility players have accelerated the execution of their Automated Driving strategy leveraging partnerships, investments, and key pilots. Intel is buying transportation-planning service Moovit for $900M with an aim to improve its effort to build self-driving cars. Collaborative business models are particularly important to optimize spending amid falling demand for cars, and share expenses for new technology. In this direction, Volkswagen and Ford forged ahead with technology sharing to save costs.
Finally, prominent players in the automotive & telecom industries are exhibiting their capabilities in V2X to expand the perception capabilities of automated driving beyond the line-of-sight of sensors.
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