Can Intelligent Systems Give Auto Leaders A Fresh Business Model?

 

3 Key Points

  • An intelligent system with EV’s could look like an intelligent torque distribution system that can help with traction during bad weather and maximize batter life.
  • Intelligent systems could also help vehicles and pedestrians interact in the future
  • Intelligent systems could also communicate with infrastructure which would allow the vehicle to communicate with road signage traffic lights

Commentary:

According to a recent Forbes study 1 in 5 auto leaders see Intelligent Systems as the future business model. MarketScale asked Carl Anthony, editor of AutioVision News on what this could mean for the automotive industry as a whole.

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