Bosch to showcase a driverless electric concept shuttle at CES 2019

By Andrew Woods
Bosch will be showcasing a driverless ‘concept shuttle’ at CES 2019 in Las Vegas next month as part...

Bosch will be showcasing a driverless ‘concept shuttle’ at CES 2019 in Las Vegas next month as part of smart home/mobility showcase.

Highlighting “innovative solutions and services for mobility of the future and smart homes, the company will also showcase a driverless electric concept shuttle with integrated services. The driverless shuttles will soon feature on streets in major cities around the world, according to Bosch and will be whisper-silent as they “seamlessly connected with their surroundings”.

CES will be running in Las Vegas from January 8 to 11 and Bosh’s program will be split between ‘mobility of the future’ and ‘intelligent assistants… for the smart home’.

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Mobility of the future will demonstrate the Convenience Charging app, the mySPIN in-car smartphone and a cloud-based solution that sends a warning to wrong-way drivers and all road users at risk within ten seconds, along with a number of other smart solutions for the vehicles of the future.

In the run-up to CES 2019, Bosch received a total of six CES Innovation Awards run by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).

 

 

 

 

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