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DENSO Associates with NEC Corp. for Autonomous Driving

Japan: NEC Corporation and DENSO Corporation announced about their association in the field of automated driving, manufacturing, and advanced driver assistance recently. Both the companies would leverage on the experience of technology and manufacturing expertise of DENSO, in the automotive industry. On the other hand, the companies would also take an advantage of NEC’s security, internet of things, artificial intelligence & several other technologies as well as the company’s achievements in the field of operation and system architecture.

Further, NEC and DENSO would develop secure and safe driving components with the assistance of NEC’s artificial intelligence to develop hazard prediction technology in the fields of automated driving and advanced driver assistance to estimate the performance of deep learning approaches for hazard prediction.

In addition to that, both the companies would enhance their products, systems, and technologies, resulting from this cooperation and further build partnerships with other companies, which would also share the same vision.

As per TechSci Research, the cooperation between the two automotive giants, is further anticipated to enhance the automotive industry by testing the authenticity of self-driving cars across Japan. Besides that, the continuously expanding investment in the autonomous car technology market, is further expected to fuel the autonomous vehicle industry during the next few years.

According to a recent report published by TechSci Research, “Global Autonomous Car Technology Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2035 – ADAS, Semi-Autonomous, Fully-Autonomous”, globally, the automobile sector has been constantly evolving in terms of engine performance and design. Apart from these parameters, evolution of autonomous features in passenger cars is garnering attention of consumers across the world. Global autonomous car technology market is primarily divided into three segments - Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) car technologies, semi-autonomous car technology and fully-autonomous car technology. ADAS technologies are currently moving at a brisk pace on account of rising inclination towards greater automation. Moreover, fully-autonomous cars are expected to be commercially available by 2025, which is expected to translate into dramatic growth in the market.

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