As technology continues to advance at breakneck speed, it will be exciting to see what the next 10 years will be like for the automotive industry. As we have speculated in our post ‘How Will the Auto Industry Change in the Next 10 Years?’ the next decade is likely to entail changes in consumer mobility behaviour, an increase in connectivity, more autonomous vehicles, greater demand for electric vehicles and slower vehicle unit sales. However, to understand where the auto industry is going, we must first take a look at some of the greatest automobile innovations from the past to the present day.
When people think of drones they think of aerial photography, remote sensing, and land surveys. But along with that many countries have incorporated drone surveillance into their defences. The airports and airline companies started drones for Unmanned Traffic Management(UTM) of the newly emerged UAVs and air-taxis quite a while ago. And now its the auto industry.more “Automobile industries have started using drones & here’s why”
Today, I bring you yet another special vehicle apart from the other common ones. Well, we are talking about Hydrofoils. A very simple and elegant solution to the problems current marine vessels are facing. So let’s not waste time & know more about them.more “How do hydrofoils work? | Advantages & Disadvantages”
Even in these unpromising times, NASA has successfully strived for its Mars 2020 mission & is set to launch in July 2020. Well, this time, Mars is going to have 2 guests at a time! Excited already? Stay with me till the end of the article to find out…more “NASA all set to launch Mars 2020 mission in July”
Hey there reader, I hope you and everyone you know are safe in their own house in the ongoing pandemic crises. The novel Coronavirus or COVID-19 has now infected more than 10 million people worldwide putting over 500,000 to fall asleep forever. Today, in this article we will discuss how some of the machines and devices are helping us to eliminate this pernicious virus from the environment as well as humans.more “3 devices that are helping us kill the deadly Coronavirus”
It’s understandable that some people have a fear of flying. It does go against our natural environment to be so high up in the air, after all. Yet, while the fear comes from a justified place, it’s mostly out of sync with the actual threats that people face.
Now here’s something you must know – You’re more likely to be injured in the car on the way to the airport than you are to be injured when you’re flying through the air! Yes, you heard me right. Here, we have some death indexes of various modes of transportation of the US (other parts of the world have similar findings). The death index of driving or riding in a car is 453, which means that you are roughly 450 times likely to die from that while travelling the same approximate distance flying through a passenger airline. Indeed, there’s no other form of transport that’s safer than flying.more “How Aviation safety continues to get better ?”
The automotive industry is evolving at such an extreme rate, whether it’s through the advent of robotics or just the development of the holistic practice of working, the auto industry is one of the major sectors which will see massive alterations over the next few years. But what are these trends that we’re going to see? Here are 5 ways I think the auto industry will change in 10 years –more “How will the Auto industry change in the next 10 years?”