Fully autonomous vehicles. Industry giants are competing for developing the best driverless car. Replacing the human driver with the Artificial Intelligence (AI) will eliminate the risk of accidents. When self-driving cars will replace the driver, radical changes will happen. From changing the laws to changing our lifestyle, the self-driving car is the most significant innovation that can affect the auto market and insurance industry. Driver override systems. The car’s AI will decide when to stop the vehicle. As soon as the sensors detect a possible collision, the car will apply the brakes, no matter how hard the driver tries to accelerate. Augmented reality windshield and dashboard. In the future, windshields and dashboards will be capable of displaying different data about the car and local area. Collision warnings and lane departure alerts will be directly displayed on the windshield. Health monitoring assistance. Future seatbelts and steering wheels will come fitted with … [Read more...] about What New Technologies Will Be Soon Implemented On Cars?
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According to forecasts by the Global System for Mobile Communications Association (GSMA), the percentage of 2G subscribers worldwide will drop from 40 percent in 2017 to just 6 percent in 2025. The number of 2G terminal equipment sold on the market would also drop drastically, making up only 15.1 percent by 2023. … [Read more...] about Vietnam mulls shutting down 2G network in 2022
The digital economy could account for nearly a third of GDP in less than a decade, Photo: Duc Thanh Setting foot in Vietnam for the first time last week to attend the Industry 4.0 Summit, Penny Baldwin, chief marketing officer at Qualcomm, the global leader in 5G tech, expressed her appreciation of technology application in Vietnam, where there are 143.3 million mobile phone subscriptions, and which has jumped three spots to rank 42nd out of 129 economies on the Global Innovation Index 2019. … [Read more...] about Resolution to aid 4.0 breakthrough
Other destinations which have experienced problems include Glenfinnan and Glencoe thanks to their links with Harry Potter and Outlander, while the North Coast 500 route is said to have turned remote Highland roads into a “mini Grand Prix” circuit for drivers in Lamborghinis and Ferraris. … [Read more...] about Scotland does NOT suffer from “overtourism”
In Vietnam, telecommunications infrastructure has been built in a synchronous manner, with mobile coverage reaching 99.7 per cent of the population nationwide. 3G and 4G coverage reached over 98 per cent with low cost, while the 5G network is undergoing testing and expected to be deployed commercially from 2020. … [Read more...] about Vietnam ready to embrace Industry 4.0