General Motors is demonstrating the future of automated driving and connected mobility this week at the Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) World Congress.
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Cadillac to Introduce Advanced ‘Intelligent and Connected’ Vehicle Technologies on Select 2017 Models
Cadillac will begin offering advanced “intelligent and connected” vehicle technologies on certain 2017 model year vehicles, General Motors CEO Mary Barra said Sunday during her keynote address at the Intelligent Transport System (ITS) World Congress in Detroit.
Despite the recent flood of interest, intelligent and connected cars are not a new concept created in Silicon Valley. General Motors has led the development of advanced safety technology for decades and the automaker has long envisioned a day when vehicles don’t crash.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra addressed the 21st annual Congress of the Intelligent Transport Society on Sunday. Her prepared remarks are below. As always, the speaker’s words are definitive.
Media Advisory: GM to Showcase Advanced Technology Demos on Belle Isle as Part of ITS World Congress
Jon Lauckner will host a media briefing to discuss GM’s advanced intelligent and connected vehicle technology; participatory demonstrations available for registered media as part of the 2014 Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) World Congress.
DETROIT – Lightning-fast refreshing of visuals inside General Motors’ Research Driving Simulator are helping advanced technology developers study how drivers interact with Super Cruise, the semi-automated driving system that could be in Cadillac models later this decade.
DETROIT – General Motors will help drive a critical phase of vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications technology development by providing eight specially equipped vehicles for a year of real-world testing.