The technologies necessary to fuel the development of connected and autonomous vehicles (“CAVs”) are numerous and come from a number of different players. Traditional automotive companies and their suppliers are working with technology companies to combine and adapt existing technologies to the rigorous demands of the auto environment. In addition, substantial resources are being invested by all players to develop new capabilities and to integrate them into a cohesive product. These new technologies include sensor technologies, battery recharging and storage technologies, connectivity and security measures, computer processing capabilities and software applications with artificial intelligence to continuously improve decision algorithms.
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