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Auto Tech Outlook | Thursday, December 01, 2022
“When we look at automakers and tech companies, we can see that they are developing complex technology that will allow cars to drive themselves.”
Fremont, CA: The popularity of autonomous vehicles is growing by the day. Imagine a city with such cars dropping and picking people; there would be no need to search for parking spaces, get traffic tickets, or have multiple cars per household. When we look at automakers and tech companies, we can see that they are developing complex technology that will allow cars to drive themselves. According to the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), driverless cars will take over up to 75 percent of vehicles on the road in the coming years.
Meanwhile, let's take a look at the top autonomous vehicle trends for 2022.
1. Fewer Accidents
Driverless cars may be the most secure option. There will also be fewer issues with texting and driving. Because car accidents are the leading cause of death in the developing countries, this can be an excellent way to avoid such situations. It is one of the latest developments in autonomous vehicles.
2. Decreased Driving Etiquette
Driving etiquette will no longer be an issue with self-driving cars. These autonomous vehicles will be able to negotiate with one another. Most large corporations are developing new values to automate cars, such as sensors, patterns, and light systems that can assist in warning driverless cars when it is their turn to go ahead. To make the concept a reality, tech companies are developing smart road-sensor systems such as integrations with cruise control, radars, and pedestrian detectors.
3. Future Trends
Self-driving technology is divided into two categories: systems that can handle some driving tasks in specific environments, and others that can operate autonomously. Tesla's Autopilot feature falls into the former category, but the company is attempting to move it into the latter by increasing the number of tasks that Autopilot mode can handle. This is one of the 2022 autonomous vehicle trends.