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driverless cars

"I've seen what's coming, and it's a big self-driving truck that's about to run over this economy."
One of the most exciting commitments coming from the auto and technology makers during CES 2017 is the ambition to realize driverless car capability for city streets as early as 2020.
Imagine it is the year 2047 and you are driving from Toronto to Vancouver. What will the experience be like? How will it be different than today? Here are some possible ways.
Uber says it doesn't need a permit to run driverless cars in San Francisco.
Among the most important markets within IoT is the automotive industry, where the connected car is already taking off. The IoT-enabled vehicles weave together a suite of integrated devices, which offer many benefits, like improved safety and security, a personalized user experience (Spotify playing your favourite song when you open the door), and a transformed way we think about vehicle ownership.
It’s not only drivers who are at risk.
Tesla is developing its own ride-hailing service.
The connected vehicles will be able to warn drivers of pedestrians.
There's still a driver behind the wheel, for now.
The future is coming faster than we think.