TESLA and Elon Musk have both been changing the automotive industry since their early days. The usage of electric motors, combined with autonomous driving sensors and, most importantly, the combination of experimental pieces of technology like SLAM (Simultaneous Localization And Mapping) and VR has moved and paved the way for the future of the automotive industry. Let’s analyse why.
The Power Of Machine Learning
The usage of machine learning features in regards to mapping the surrounding and processing influx of data coming from the sensors have been analysed by companies like Audi, Mercedes and Toyota, to speed up their research in regards to the driverless experience. It’s very important to keep in mind the fact that the driverless experience.
Machine learning-oriented features are set to conquer more than 25% of the development in the automotive sector between 2020 and 2025.
The summon feature, which is available in every single TESLA vehicle, is something which heavily changed the automotive industry and many app developers have acknowledged this. The usage of a simple smartphone, whether if iOS-based or Android to use certain features of your car is something extremely important and, therefore, it will definitely become the biggest feature of the next generation of the automotive sector.
The critically acclaimed glass which was broken during the Cybertruck presentation has indeed opened a big debate towards which components should be used when building a sturdy vehicle, i.e. a pickup truck. It has been mentioned multiple times how the usage of gorilla glass and other forms of projectile-resistant glass could be a nice shout, but, ultimately, it will reduce the aerodynamics of the car/truck itself. With this being said, it’s incredible to see how big of a trigger the TESLA truck was.
It’s very important to understand that TESLA’s Cybertruck isn’t a perfect vehicle. There are tons of things which Elon Musk’s very own company could have done better but, for now, it’s good to say that its development is really moving the future of automotive technology.