The development and use of unmanned technology competitions is reshaping the 'hierarchical structure' of the automotive industry, which is traditionally replaced by complex alliance and mergers and acquisitions. The automobile industry's pursuit Sensor of unmanned vehicle technology has led to cooperation in the automotive industry and technology industry.
Robert Bosch and Daimler's Mercedes-Benz reached a deal, the two sides said they will jointly develop unmanned vehicles. Bosch also expects to sell jointly developed systems to other companies. In addition, Silicon Valley chip maker Intel acquired the automotive vision technology giant 'Mobile Eye' (Mobileye), and reached a German luxury car manufacturer Suction Control Valve to help BMW to develop unmanned vehicles agreement.
The first fully automated driving vehicle is expected to be put into production between 2020 and 2021. Autopilot cars will not be widely used by 2030. 'Everyone is trying to understand what skills are needed in this game, and if they do not, they need to do so,' said Zewell Mosquette, a senior partner and unmanned vehicle authority at Boston Consulting Group. People cooperate, invest or buy.
The major car companies are not lacking engineers who study the burning and collision physics knowledge, materials science and mechanical systems. The development of unmanned vehicles requires expertise in artificial intelligence, robots, computer programming and digital networking, and they are generally non-automotive industry. Car manufacturers Temperature Sensor are getting engineering talent in different ways. Some rely on a partnership between Bosch and Mercedes. Others mainly rely on their own, such as General Motors through the acquisition of unmanned car companies and internal development technology.