How Israeli cars will be able to handle autonomous driving
Vehicles that use advanced computer algorithms to learn and adapt to the needs of human drivers will soon be able drive themselves, according to a report published Thursday.
The report, authored by Israeli technology firm TechnoDrive and published by Israeli newspaper Haaretz, says the technology will be used to help reduce accidents and reduce pollution, while also allowing cars to drive themselves.
“This will allow the public to use these vehicles to take trips on foot, cycle, or by bike, without the need for the need to have a car in the first place,” the report said.
While the technology is still years away, it does seem like a major leap forward for Israel, which has been trying to come up with a new way to drive safely and efficiently.
TechnoDrive, which was founded in 2013, was founded to help develop and manufacture autonomous cars.
According to the report, the company aims to make autonomous driving technology available in vehicles as early as 2021.
Currently, Israel has a wide range of driverless technology, including semi-autonomous cars, electric cars, and even self-driving trucks.
However, Israel does not yet have a driverless car program.
Haaretz reported that the new report was authored by TechnoDriver, which also happens to be Techno Drive’s chief engineer.
Techno Driver is also part of the TechnoForce, an Israeli technology company that was founded by Israeli tech entrepreneur Moshe Yefimovich.
Technofreak is not affiliated with Techno drive or Techno Force.
In addition to Yefi, Techno Drives head of product design and manufacturing is Eli Duda, who has worked for Israel’s Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation since 2013.