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How is AI Powering the Automotive Industry

Auto Tech Outlook | Monday, April 19, 2021

The importance of visual sensors such as high-resolution cameras, LiDAR, and radar to provide precise localization and contextual information in internal AI systems is increasing, which is boosting computer hardware growth.

FREMONT, CA: Manufacturing robots are nothing new these days, but AI applications in the automotive industry are still in their infancy. The high cost is one of the primary reasons why this powerful technology is currently only available to industry leaders. High competition in the automotive industry, on the other hand, is pressuring manufacturers to invest in better equipment and more intelligent technologies to increase the quality of new releases without compromising time.

AI Use Cases in Automotive Vehicle

GPUs (Graphics Processing Unit) with Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Computer Hardware

With dedicated AI-enabled GPUs, AI hardware adoption would explode, enabling self-driving technology and upgrading AI algorithms. The importance of visual sensors such as high-resolution cameras, LiDAR, and radar to provide precise localization and contextual information in internal AI systems is increasing, which is boosting computer hardware growth. Furthermore, the advancement of commonly used AI processors and computer software would allow businesses to design and deploy advanced self-contained solutions.

AI Applies to Telematics Data

Top 10 Automotive Engineering Services Companies - 2021AI and Machine Learning (ML) open up new ways to read and interpret data from a wide range of sources. The remote control uses these types of technology to provide the next stage of business and user communication tools. Remote AI is built on the remote connected car platform, which collects data from hundreds of thousands of connected drivers. Ride, telemetry, RPM engine, acceleration and deceleration, collisions, and other data collected on all vehicles can be used to make people's lives simpler, including consumers and industry employees. That is why, based on incoming telematics data, businesses use AI and ML to build custom recommendations. AI data processing helps attract insurance providers, parking and car-sharing facilities, and other data-driven businesses to the ecosystem.

Monitoring of Driving and User Conduct

In private vehicles, AI performance is not constrained by strict criteria such as safety. Within the vehicle, AI can be used for more power and entertainment. During the journey, AI assists in providing personalized entertainment. AI will speculate and have expectations based on user experience based on data collected over time. This may include the following:

Seat position adjustment

Adjusting the screen

Controls air input

Songs to be played

AI encourages advanced driving so that people can navigate with ease. Governments have also jumped into the fray, encouraging investors to develop AI-powered non-motorized vehicles.

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