This year’s Consumer Electronics Show could be summed up in one word: Cars. However, the vehicles on show at CES 2017 weren’t just flashy supercars with futuristic bodywork. Automakers and software developers alike used the event to demonstrate their latest developments in autonomous (and electric) technology.
The end of car ownership as we know it has been talked about for some time, ever since the first driverless car prototypes hit the roads almost a decade ago. Now, the market is swarming with major manufacturers and ambitious start-ups looking towards 2020 as the year of mass autonomy.
In the first of our special report series we look at 50 companies shaping the future of autonomous vehicles. Who’s in the race to build the first, and the best, driverless vehicles?
The report includes insights on leading Automative Manufactures:
Audi, BMW, Faraday Future, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Jaguar Landrover, John Deere, Lucid Motors, Mazda, Mercedes Benz, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Porsche, Peugeot Citreon, Subaru, Tesla, Toyota, Volvo, Volkswagen
And Software and Hardware Providers:
Didi Chuxing, Drive.a, Fisker, Five.ai, Google, Hitachi, Intel, Microsoft, Mitsubishi Electric, Mobileye, Nauto, NextEv, NuTonomy, Nvidia, Oxbotica, QNX, Qualcomm, Seegrid, Uber, Udacity, Valeo, Wheego, Zoox.