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Frost & Sullivan: The Future Car Will Be a Giant Computer, Driven By a Robot, While You Prepare for Your Day

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Frost & Sullivan: The Future Car Will Be aFrost & Sullivan: The Future Car Will Be a Giant Computer, Driven By a Robot, While You Prepare for Your Day PR Newswire LONDON, Oct. 15, 2013 -- Car ownership, parking problems and driver distraction are themes of the past: a new video report from Frost & Sullivan summarizes key factors which change the mobility landscape of the future Technological advancements are gaining pace and coalesce to create an all-encompassing future mobility concept, which today still sounds as if taken from a sci-fi movie. Artificial intelligence (AI), Internet multi-sensory trends as well as robotics are developing their footprint in the mobility industry. Five years from now, people will be able to feel the leather of the car seat without actually being close to the vehicle. Cars will become giant computers with an innumerable amount of AI tools, managing the environment and communicating intelligently with other cars on the road, analysing traffic, making choices about where to drive and analysing the speed patterns of others. And while the robot drives your car to your work, you can prepare for your day. A newly published Frost & Sullivan (http://www.automotive.frost.com) video report titled The Future of Mobility summarises the key factors which impact the way people will move from door to door in the future and which will add a new dimension to the mobility behaviour of human beings.
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Frost & Sullivan: The Future Car Will Be a Giant Computer, Driven By a Robot, While You Prepare for Your Day

PR Newswire

-- Car ownership, parking problems and driver distraction are themes of the past: a new video report from Frost & Sullivan summarizes key factors which change the mobility landscape of the future