Cars All the Way for CES 2015
Published By : 08 Jan 2015 | Published By : QYRESEARCH
On the Sunday before the start of CES 2015, Audi successfully dispatched a self-driven A7 model from San Francisco to Las Vegas. In the meanwhile, the Chief Executive Officer of Nvidia, Jen-Hsun Huang, took a press conference to talk about their latest endeavors in self-driving systems and power cabins, the new Nvidia Drive CX and Drive PX. He discussed the possibilities that these systems hold for the cars of the near future.
The 2015 Consumer Electronics Show was where the companies unveiled their systems, allowing consumers to discover the automotive possibilities that they have in store.
The A7 made it to Las Vegas on Moday without a scratch, where executives put it on display right outside the Las Vegas Convention Center. Other cars that joined it came from Mercedes-Benz, Toyota, BMW, Jeep, Hyundai, Ford, Chrysler, and Dodge. BMW unveiled the systems that allowed the i3 electric car to find parking spots all by itself. The effort could help a driver from crashing into other parked cars or obstacles. Volkswagen and Hyundai came up with their own cars that could park on their own.
Self-parking cars may well be the next big step in realizing the fully self-driven car. CES 2015 showcased the new abilities of cars that could be left alone to park themselves. Cars could even be summoned towards the user when he or she wants it.
Delphi and Valeo also made an appearance at CES 2015 and presented the possibilities of adaptive cruise control systems that could evolve into self-steering systems. The systems can take over from the driver in heavy traffic situations or even in long stretches of the highways.