Autonomous Drive

At the Paris Motor Show: Driving an industry in accelerated change - the latest LinkedIn post from Carlos Ghosn

In his latest LinkedIn Influencer post, Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn addresses the dramatic pace of change in the global auto industry.

“The dramatic pace of change in the global auto industry is evident everywhere you look on the floor of this week’s Paris Motor Show. Every major automaker is in a race to develop the technologies that will power the cars of tomorrow, driven by three major forces of change: autonomous drive, electrification and connectivity. And it appears 'tomorrow' is coming sooner than many think.”

 

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Renault Trezor: an electric GT showcases future design cues and technologies
At the Mondial De L’Automobile Paris 2016, Renault has unveiled Trezor – an all-electric Grand Tourer concept car that blends Renault’s warm, simple and sensual lines with the very latest innovations in interior experience, all-electric powertrain and autonomous driving.  Trezor is from the Love ‘petal’ of Renault’s ‘Life Flower’ design strategy – following in the footsteps of the 2010 DeZir concept – and previews trends likely to be seen in future Renault models.
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INFOGRAPHIC: ProPILOT, Nissan's single-lane autonomous driving technology
ProPILOT is Nissan Motor Co.'s single-lane autonomous driving technology. Once activated, ProPILOT can automatically control the distance between the vehicle and the preceding vehicle using a speed preset by the driver (between approximately 30 km/h and 100 km/h); it also keeps the vehicle centered in its lane. 
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AUG
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

What does an anthropologist bring to autonomous driving design?

What does an anthropologist bring to autonomous driving design?

Designing the autonomous vehicle of the future requires an array of the best technical talent available: automobile and software engineers, experts on sensor technology and artificial intelligence, computer scientists, production specialists and many others.

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AUG
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Autonomous drive: an evolving technology with big potential

Autonomous drive: an evolving technology with big potential
With autonomous driving vehicles due to take to the roads in the next few years, we examine the challenges and benefits of self-drive technology. What will be the implications for society and how will the arrival of these cars affect the environment?
 
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Nissan's new Serena ProPILOT technology makes autonomous drive first for Japanese automakers
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. announced today that the new Serena, scheduled to go on sale in late August, will come equipped with the company’s ProPILOT autonomous drive technology, offering convenience and peace of mind during highway mobility.
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JUN
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Carlos Ghosn on LinkedIn: The Global War for Talent

Carlos Ghosn on LinkedIn: The Global War for Talent

In his latest Influencer post on LinkedIn, CEO Carlos Ghosn tackles a topic that is making news these days: the search for talent who can help revolutionize the tech and automotive industry. The Renault-Nissan Alliance has recently announced that it is seeking to hire 300 tech experts, excelling in software and cloud engineering, data analytics, machine learning and systems architecture.

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Nissan ProPilot leads the way for autonomous technology at Ise-Shima G7 summit
European Council President Donald Tusk had a front-seat view to Nissan’s ProPilot autonomous drive technology on Thursday at the G7 summit in Ise-shima, Japan. The EC President’s car was among a cavalcade of Group of Seven next-generation vehicles.
 
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Renault supports Amsterdam declaration in favour of autonomous drive vehicles
Renault participated in a unique opportunity in Amsterdam today to showcase emerging autonomous drive technologies to a select group of European policy makers. The European Union’s 28 Transport Ministers gathered to sign the Amsterdam Declaration in favour of autonomous vehicles.
 
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JAN
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Preparing connectivity technology for autonomous cars

Preparing connectivity technology for autonomous cars
In a new video, Renault offers an insight into the in-car technology and human-machine interfaces that  will make life easier for drivers of autonomous vehicles. The video follows the announcement earlier this  month that the Renault-Nissan Alliance will be launching more than 10 autonomous drive vehicles by  2020. 
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