With the push towards self-driving (autonomous) vehicles accelerating, some research suggests owning a self-driving car will be the norm by 2050. Autonomous driving is expected to increase passenger and road safety, while reducing total cost of ownership and impact on the environment.
But to make crucial decisions on the road that ensure passenger safety and comfort, autonomous vehicles heavily depend on sensors, actuators, and processors. These manage ADAS, warning systems, safety systems, fuel efficiency, heat dissipation and more.
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