How Artificial Intelligence impacting automotive industry in India?

The trend of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the whole world of the automotive industry. It has taken the automotive industry by the storm to drive the development of high-level autonomous vehicles. It helps devices to work and learn from the sensory data which includes sounds and images.

AI as an essential component of automated drive technology-

As AI has become an essential component of automated drive technology. It has also become important to know how it works in autonomous and connected vehicles. It is expected that the installation rate of AI-based systems of new vehicles would rise by 109% in 2025.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing how we commute and experience urban living. As bike-share schemes grow, AI is playing an increasing role in successful schemes and enabling operators to grow efficiently in new markets. AI can do more than drive. It can keep us connected, on schedule, and safe even when we are driving ourselves.

India is one of the largest two-wheeler markets in the world. Now it is holding immense potential for two-wheelers. We can clearly say there a powerful future electric mobility has here.

AI and Revolt Motors

Revolt Motors is an up, and coming EV startup in India. Revolt Intellicorp Pvt. Ltd. is going to launch India’s first electric, AI embedded bike this year June. Revolt, the motorcycle itself will be a game-changer in the Indian two-wheeler market. It will be fully electric, enabled with AI and will have an embedded 4G LTE SIM as well. The product will have a range of about 150 kilometers on a single charge and will have a lithium-ion battery pack which can be swapped. The top speed has been limited to 85 kmph.

Looking forward to the future of Artificial intelligence (AI), especially neural networks and deep learning. Artificial Intelligence has become an absolute necessity to make autonomous vehicles function properly and safely. AI is leading the way for the launch of Level 5 autonomous vehicles, where there will be no need for a steering wheel, accelerator or brakes.



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