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Tata Motors JLR demonstrates all terrain self- driving vehicle

India: Tata Motors owned, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has demonstrated a range of innovative research technology, which would allow the future autonomous cars over any terrain or surface. This multimillion-dollar project of autonomous car technology aims to make the self-driving car viable in the widest range of real life, on-and off-road driving environments and weather conditions.

The research team of Jaguar Land Rover is developing next-generation sensing technologies which is considered as the eyes of the future autonomous car. As the sensors are always active and are more prompt than drivers, this advance sensing technology will eventually give a vehicle high levels of artificial intelligence required to think for itself and decide about the routes and path it should take for driving on any surface.

Furthermore, surface identification and 3D path sensing research combines technologies such as camera, ultrasonic, RADAR and LIDAR sensors to enable the car with a 360-degree view capacity of the surface around it. These sensors will enable car to determine surface features, expanding to the width of a tire, even in rain and falling snow, to plan its path.

According to a recent report published by TechSci Research, Global Autonomous Car Technology Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2035 – ADAS, Semi-Autonomous, Fully-Autonomous”, global autonomous car technology market is expected to witness a CAGR of over 10% through 2035. The market is currently dominated by ADAS segment, which is expected to maintain its dominance over the next twenty years as well. The dominance of this segment can be attributed to anticipated increase in government regulations pertaining to integration of ADAS technologies in passenger cars.

TechSci Research believes that, this would add another height to the self-driving car technology, as this technology will enable to drive cars on extreme off-road situations.

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