It’s very clear now that automakers are taking an iterative approach to autonomous driving: gradually improving the capabilities of their advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) year after year while fusing them together both technically and via product names. Susan Kuchinskas reports.
BMW and Mercedes-Benz have semi-autonomous offerings on the market, and seven other OEMs are on track to have highly automated systems that include traffic jam assist and automated highway driving by 2020, according to Frost & Sullivan.
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