By: Sebastian W. James
March 2, 2016
At the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, Nissan and Foster + Partners concluded a 12-month collaboration by sharing their vision of where autonomous electric cars could take society. Called “Intelligent Mobility”, it builds on themes of connectivity, urban planning, the modern workplace, and community.
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Intelligent Mobility is the grand vision encompassing Nissan’s Intelligent Driving System, or IDS. Introduced last year, IDS is their take on semi-autonomous cars. We have been very big on it over at the Hybrid and Electric Car News.
The system is an ingenious way to onboard people to semi-autonomous driving. Under human control, an IDS vehicle uses an algorithm to learn the best of how a person drives. The car mimics that behavior in autonomous mode.
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