In honor of National Autonomous Vehicle Day, we wanted to highlight the technological innovations shaping the auto industry. Today, autonomous technology is declared as the future of transport. Automaker heavy hitters are investing billions in its development and even tech giants including Apple, Uber, and Baidu are trying to crack the code. But even though the race for self-driving cars is heating up, a reality where cars can operate sans driver is far from here. Like it or not, human drivers are still essential.
Fortunately, the ongoing advancement of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) is significantly improving driver safety. Many automakers are integrating these tech systems into their vehicles. Take BMW’s Remote Control Parking, Tesla’s Autopilot system, Ford’s Evasive Steering Assist, or Range Rover’s adaptive cruise control. While it seems like the speed at which these systems are appearing on the market is accelerating, the products are aimed towards only a portion of drivers on the road. There’s a wide range of solutions for four-wheel cars, but what about large trucks, fleets, and public transport vehicles?
Zhejiang acting governor Che Jun with the ZUIG team
On December 26, Vice Secretary of the Zhejiang Provincial Committee, acting Governor Che Jun, visited investment platform Zhejiang United Investment Group (ZUIG), along with Vice Governor Zhu Congjiu, Deputy Secretary of Hangzhou Municipal Committee, and Mayor Zhang Hongming, amongst other officials and leaders of the provincial government. There, they also met with ULSee and watched the company’s demonstration of its latest software and technology.