German car parts maker Continental AG is just about agreeing alliances with Google and IBM to boost independent driving systems for cars, a German newspaper pronounced.
day-to-day Frankfurter Allgemeine Seating stated unspecified sources as saying Continental aims to unveil the two pacts on the Frankfurt car exhibit in September.
Self driving cars getting nearer to fact now!
Continental is already in an alliance with U.S. community gear maker Cisco systems to work on systems for automated and driverless automobiles and on information transfer between automobiles. A Continental spokesman declined to remark. Spokespeople for Google and IBM in Germany weren’t instantly available for comment.
Google has been engaged on self-using technology since 2010, including checking out a fleet of self-driving vehicles along California roadways.
A raft of automakers including GM, Ford, Toyota and Volkswagen are creating laptop-controlled options that lend a hand drivers keep away from accidents.