The guys from Denso will be engaged in the production of electric cars and UAVs

The guys from Denso will be engaged in the production of electric cars and UAVs

December 30, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

Next month, Denso will present its achievements in the field of artificial intelligence, man-vehicle interaction schemes, cybersecurity, various cloud services and unmanned vehicles. Presentations will be held at CES Consumer Electronics Show.

Already on January 8, the CES consumer electronics exhibition will begin its work in Las Vegas (USA). As part of this event, I personally expect a huge variety of interesting prime ministers – which is the updated version of the MBUX infotainment system from the German brand Mercedes-Benz.

It is at CES 2019, the guys from the Japanese engineering corporation Denso, which specializes in the production of automotive components, will show their achievements in all the most advanced areas.

We are talking about artificial intelligence, schemes of human interaction with the car, computer security, cloud services, as well as unmanned vehicles.[IP]&ua=[UA]&domain=[DOMAIN]&page=[PAGE]&secure=[SECURE]&language=[BROWSER_LANGUAGE]&bidfloor=[BIDFLOOR]&gdpr_consent=[GDPR_CONSENT]

Not so long ago, Denso official representatives announced that their corporation would be reorganized from the first day of the next month. Those units that are engaged in the development of automated control systems for cars, as well as the development of cloud services, will be seriously strengthened by new staff. “Now more and more attention is paid to the electrification of the vehicle and the creation of autonomous control systems for them. We have to be directly involved in this, ” – said Denso Top Manager as part of his interview.

In April next year, two joint ventures will be created. One will be called J-QuAD Dynamics – it will develop software for autonomous systems. And the second BluE Nexus Corporation, will create electrified vehicles. Denso Corporation will be involved in the creation of both joint ventures.

Not so long ago, our automotive publication wrote that Scania was testing an autonomous truck at the Rio Tinto salt field.