DENSO To Demonstrate Connected, Autonomous Vehicle Innovations At CES 2018

DENSO Corporation Connected Vehicle Autonomous Vehicle Innovations CES 2018

DENSO Corporation announced today that it will showcase its latest connected and autonomous vehicle innovations at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 in Las Vegas. CES 2018 will take place from 9-12 January, 2018. DENSO will present its future of mobility, and connected and automated driving technologies that focus on safer, more comfortable and convenient mobility.

Simulators at DENSO’s CES booth will show how core connected and automated drive technologies, and the concept of shared mobility deliver on this promise, the company said. It added that its 5G-based high-speed and large-capacity communications systems are essential to achieve connected cars, along with connected vehicle information and communications systems. DENSO’s quantum computing algorithms also deliver crucial connected services, like solutions that alleviate traffic congestion.

Other technologies include DENSO’s latest Human Machine Interface (HMI) technologies, such as organic EL display. This technology manages and displays information related to driving safety and cockpit environment to the driver using the safest, most appropriate device. Additionally, the company’s Artificial Intelligence-powered technology adjusts the vehicle environment based on changing road conditions. DENSO said it will also exhibit automated driving technology that recognises obstacles and movement of other vehicles to automatically determine the optimal route.

Naveen Arul
Author: Naveen Arul
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