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Shaping the Car of the Future

Posted April 12, 2016 12:00 AM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

Anyone who watches the nightly news knows that autonomy and connectivity will define the car of the future. While these technologies have separate evolutionary paths, carmakers will undoubtedly combine the two to attain performance that neither could achieve on its own. In this first part of a two-part series, IHS Engineering360 examines the developmental steps that carmakers must take to bring "connected automation" to life. The report explains the hurdles that engineers and transportation agencies must overcome to enable vehicles and infrastructure to communicate, and it describes the benefits that connectivity will bring when the capabilities have been refined.


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04/12/2016 2:36 PM

Nowadays, everybody has a survey to fill out.

I have noticed that in the latest car I bought, all of the little drawbacks of the previous model have been addressed, so obviously somebody is listening to the customers.

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