More than 3,000 vehicles will be involved in the project in the coming year. The staff will equip each car with on-board computers, communication equipment, sensors and multiple cameras. The on-board computer will transmit various real-time signals to the traffic while the vehicle is driving. Security management platform. Whenever a dangerous situation occurs, such as a car speeding or reverse driving, the safety platform will immediately detect and send a voice or vibration warning through the onboard computer.
In addition to providing security warnings, this platform has other applications, such as the ability to set reminders, remember to pick up children after school, and so on, and also support developers to develop a variety of applications.
Eight major automakers have joined the trial, including Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Toyota and Volkswagen.
The Michigan project is currently only a pilot, but it still costs $2.5 billion. If it is promoted throughout the United States, it will cost $24 billion a year, but given that 34,000 people die in traffic accidents every year in the United States, life is priceless, and this investment is acceptable.