Nissan Announces Breakthrough Technologies At CES

Nissan COE Carlos Ghosn announced some breakthrough technologies and partnerships to deliver zero emissions at the CES 2017.

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In his 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) keynote, Nissan Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn announced several technologies and partnerships as part of the Nissan Intelligent Mobility blueprint.

Ghosn said, "At Nissan, from the beginning, we work to bring the right technologies for the full spectrum of our vehicles and the most amount of people. This takes more than innovation. It takes ingenuity."

Ghosn announced a breakthrough technology called "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM. Developed from NASA technology. SAM partners in-vehicle artificial intelligence (AI) with human support to help autonomous vehicles make decisions.

Nissan revealed the engagement of Renault-Nissan alliance with Japanese internet company DeNA. The joint venture will begin tests aimed at developing driverless vehicles for commercial services.

In addition to advancements in Nissan's autonomous driving strategy, Ghosn also announced plans to launch a new Nissan LEAF, with ProPILOT technology, enabling autonomous drive functionality for single-lane highway driving.

Ghosn stated that the Renault-Nissan Alliance is continuing its partnership with Microsoft to build the next generation of connected car technologies. The keynote included a demonstration of how Microsoft's personal assistant technology Cortana can make driving more efficient and seamless.

Ghosn added, "We invite others to join us, as well, from tech partners to e-commerce companies, ride-hailing and car-sharing platforms, and social entrepreneurs who can help us to test and develop new vehicles and services."

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Story first published: Friday, January 6, 2017, 18:05 [IST]
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