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The future of technology in the automotive industry


Currently, cars are capable of doing much more than the usual drive and park. The automotive industry is working hand in hand with superior technology-based companies. This will deliver the most advanced, safest and most comfortable cars out there. The car industries are becoming factorized in many features of vehicles.  Cars are becoming large smart devices, with advanced innovations braking capabilities, mapping technology for autonomous driving, better fuel efficiency and vehicles as a service form of transportation. 
There are many ways in which cars are improving the lives of drivers and other vehicles around them in terms of safety. In the future, the automotive industries are expected to progress even further. This will take us even more also taking us closer to a more connected and digitalized environment.  Below are some of the technologies expected in the automotive industry shortly.
Predictive vehicle technology
Most manufacturers are applying algorithms to automate the automotive process of setting up a vehicle.  They use date such as cars infotainment system as well as application preferences.  Motor vehicles are already internet of things (IoT) devices connected to smartphones, take voice note commands and changing the user interface.
This technology can also be used in the form of sensors. It’s built in within a car and then informs the owner whether or not the vehicle needs service from a mechanic. This all depends on a car’s mileage and condition. The technology is hence, able to estimate its performance and set up appointments on time. It can also inform the driver on any safety hazards likely to occur linked with a malfunctioning car caused by the origin.
More fuel efficient rides
The forefront of the fuel-efficiency movement is Tesla. It is releasing a slew of electric and hybrid vehicles which can take you for hundreds of miles with a single charge. Shortly, more automotive manufacturers are likely to implement electronic vehicle technology on their fold. It is expected to raise the sales figure earned from 2016 to 2018. 
Electric vehicles price is also going down thus more affordable. Automotive companies like Toyota are, therefore suggesting that investing in fuel efficiency may soon be widely adopted globally.
Self-driving technology
Several cars already have a semi-autonomous capability in the form of drive assisted technologies.  Much has already been made of autonomous driving technology. Some companies too, have been testing their self-driving functionalities on open roads. 
However, this technology is far quite away from being widely adopted by all cars. Some of the related techniques in this include automatic braking sensors, motorway lane sensors, mapping technology which monitors blind spots, cameras in the front and back of the car, adaptive cruise control as well as self-parking capabilities. 
Also, there are Cars – As- A- Service (CaaS), which is an upcoming car rental service. The great thing about it is that no driver's license is needed to have its access. This will serve as a driverless Uber. Great minds in the tech of the automotive industry have collaborated and integrated with other companies to improve the way our vehicles operate nowadays. The rise of these technologies will help in many ways like the reduction of carbon emissions, clean break of banks (affordable) as well as increased security levels.

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