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5 min May 29, 2017 in

How Can Connected Cars Reduce Traffic Problems

We’ve all been stuck in traffic countless times. We’ve all felt our blood pressure rising for being trapped in a sea of cars when we had somewhere important we had to be. It’s a frustrating experience, but it’s something many car owners have come to accept as an unavoidable reality of big-city life. Still, if you’re like …

5 min May 25, 2017 in

How Will AI Influence Tomorrow’s Driverless Car?

At first, there was the PC. Then the smartphone came out and revolutionized our society, the way we interact, and how we do daily tasks. Now, it seems only fair to consider the driverless car the next big thing which will shape the future. Granted, the impact of the autonomous vehicle shapes to be much bigger …

5 min May 22, 2017 in

Microsoft Boosts Effort to Get into the Connected Cars Space with Patent Licensing

The connected car market is expected to grow from 5,1 million units in 2015 to 37,7 million units by 2022, according to a recent report. The market is growing ten times faster than the overall car market, and connected car hardware and software are estimated to bring in $152 Billions in 2020. All these stats …

5 min May 18, 2017 in

How Self-Driving Cars Could Change Today’s Society

Many consider Google being the forefather of autonomous vehicles. However, experiments with self-driving cars have been made ever since the 1920’s. The first vehicle of its kind was developed in the late 80’s by Carnegie Mellon University’s Navlab. It was filled with hardware and impaired from software limitations, but still managed to achieve a hefty 20 …

5 min May 15, 2017 in

3 Technical Issues That Need to Be Addressed about Self-Driving Cars

There are multiple ways you can look at self-driving cars. The most important fact to keep in mind is they have a huge potential. But before they are widely adopted, people need to see them as reliable and trustworthy. It’s one of the reasons why countless car manufacturers and big corporations are investing millions of …