* Date : 2016-12-09
With autonomous driving being touted as the future of mobility, global automakers are introducing self-driving cars. Last year, Korea's Hyundai Motor Group unveiled Genesis EQ900, Korea's first model with autonomous driving features. Today, automakers around the world are increasingly partnering up with tech companies to bring innovative applications like a connected car. Learn more about the latest developments in autonomous driving technology and what the future holds for them. By 2030, we will be able to see fully self-driving cars that require no human intervention. A range of new technologies are being developed to make this goal a reality. Jungsang Lidar has developed a lidar sensor with the highest resolution and longest detection range. KAIST is focusing on accurate detection and control in undesirable weather conditions, while AICT is developing an integrated self-driving system based on a high-definition map. A research team at Seoul National University unveils an autonomous driving technology that supports last mile mobility.