Automotive sensors are becoming ubiquitous in today’s markets. Try flipping to an NFL game and avoiding an ad about a car with blind spot protection or auto-stopping functionality to help accident avoidance. Customers are demanding more from their cars, and automotive sensors not only help customers stay safer on the roads but also ensure a more comfortable, convenient driving experience.
Tesla may be the world leader in electric vehicles—with a large market share and one of the best reputations for innovation, quality, and technology—but that doesn’t mean Elon Musk’s innovative luxury electric car company can rest on its laurels.
Automation in the workplace is here. No longer the stuff of fiction, human beings are interacting with robots and artificial intelligence on a daily basis. Every moment, there are more and more breakthroughs in robotics and the digital world forming brand new strategies for your business. Within this world of machines and digital automation is the heart of your company, the people. How can you prepare your workforce for the automation age and a vastly changing workplace? It’s important to create an environment where technology and humans can work in harmony.
Consumers have been restless to see the advancements in technology for self-driving cars. Apple, Inc. has recently shown interest in joining the race to create the best automated driving service. They have called for avoiding the creation of federal regulations on testing and development.
Another month, another scrappy foretelling of the future by Elon Musk. He is mostly known for his electrifying visions of a Mars colony and electric cars as the answer to our gas-guzzling transportation problems. He is a man noted for making bold predictions that seem impossible to fulfill, and then delivering on his promises even if he does so behind schedule.