Fleet operators, mobility service providers, cities and delivery services are the actual drivers of autonomous driving. ZF already offers a comprehensive range of technologies for their concepts.
August 20, 2019
Florian Tausch was active as a journalist in various industries and countries. Today he heads the editorial team at ZF.
Autonomous Ride-hailing is a service based on utilizing the advantages of shared rides in conventional vehicles but will soon include robo-taxis or robo-shuttles. ZF offers comprehensive systems expertise for many different types of self-driving cars. Steering wheels and pedals can potentially be a thing of the past thanks to sensors such as radar, camera, and LIDAR systems that capture the vehicle environment, powerful mainframe computers such as the ZF ProAI RoboThink that process data and make decisions, as well as mechatronic actuators that help enhance safety and autonomy. The ZF robo-taxi demonstrates how ZF can intelligently network all these systems in order to fully integrate them into vehicles. This makes sense for customers who want to offer not just vehicles, but next-generation mobility solutions.
With an initiative, ZF focuses squarely on people with regard to mobility offers, showing where and how things can be improved. ?