Technology Matters-Self Driving

Technology Matters
byton-concept-06_1517694056266.jpg

    Toyota debuting a multi-purpose self-drive van for the service sector.

    The concept delivers packages and can transform into a pop-up shop.

    Toyota teaming with e-tailers like Amazon on the van.

    It hopes to be using it by the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

    Its the pizza delivery of the future.

    “You can safely remove your order now.”

    Following on the heels of Pizza Hut, Dominos with a self-driving car minus the pizza guy.

    Possible thanks to Ford’s new autonomous car technology making life easier and cities safer

    Sensors detect pedestrians, bikers, even light posts.  Parking spots that will one day talk to each other.

    Samsung in the game with a central command for you life.

    It’s connected car concept uses emerging 5G tech to help your vehicle tell your house you’re coming home.

    It will even help you decide if you need to hit the super market.

    The need for speed is now artificially intelligent too.

   The all-electric Byton Concept SUV replaces the dash with a 49-inch flat screen streaming content and can open your calendar.

    No side mirrors, just tiny cameras.

    No door handles.  They unlock with facial recognition.

    Coming to the U.S. in 2020.  45-thousand-dollars if you want one.

Dan on Facebook

Dan on Twitter

Copyright 2020 Nexstar Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Don't Miss

More Don't Miss

Trending Stories