Future cars will definitely be electric and increasingly autonomous. Basic technology has applications in emerging markets such as robotics, automated businesses, and even smart cities, and there is a lot of work in this area. When you develop a driverless vehicle that can handle the complexities of driving on a public street, you will have the basics to automate just about anything over time.
Electric cars are better in some ways, and worse in others. They tend to be of a simpler nature, do not contain many complex parts, but few have been trained to work with high voltage DC. Lithium Ion generates enough heat to melt aluminum. Even though the logic and safety of gasoline-powered vehicles are worse than electric vehicles, more people know how to work with it, know how to intervene, so if you have a car that runs on petroleum products, the people that emerge will know how to deal with it. Given how few electric cars are still, chances are that most first responders are not yet fully trained to work on electricity. Intermediates, craftsmen, small shops do not yet have the training and experience to intervene in electric vehicles.
For example, you cannot suffocate an electric car fire without oxygen, the battery can still continue to smolder and generate heat. Instead, focus should be on cooling the battery until the gradual failure of the cells stops. However, even if the fire goes out, if there is a short circuit that heats the battery to combustion levels, it can ignite in the same way. It is a real experience that many electric cars that have already caught fire have been re-ignited after hours at the place where they are stored.
The reason why electric vehicles are complex is that they are not designed from scratch independently of their old models and technologies. In fact, today’s electric vehicles are all products of an ancient technology spiral designed to work together. Engineers focus more on design.
Teslan’s Electric Cars
Tesla tried to fix this. He did many things right and few things wrong.
First, Tesla cars tend to be basic design. The heavily armored battery packs placed under the car create a safer and better cornering experience than car designs that started with gas engines and were redesigned as electric cars. They are designed to make upgrades, and Tesla, unlike other automakers, renews and updates their used cars for resale. In fact, programs that let you update rather than replace your car (I’m not sure it still exists), which probably makes Tesla the best sustainable car maker.
Autonomous Driverless Cars
Driverless cars are vehicles that can move on any road and traffic without any driver thanks to the automatic control systems in their structures. These vehicles detect all situations on the road, take the traffic into account, just as they can detect everything a driver perceives and move on. Autonomous vehicles can detect objects around them using technologies such as radar, lidar, GPS, odometry, and computer vision.
Are self-driving cars safe?
Currently, the general public does not trust the concept of autonomous vehicles. In a recent survey, 15% of the US public said they never believed there would be an autonomous vehicle on the market, and 42% said they would never get into a fully automatic vehicle. In addition, 56% of respondents said they would demand 100% security before embarking on a ride, and 60% would demand the same level of security – 100% – before allowing a family member to enter a fully autonomous vehicle. However, we can say that an autonomous vehicle can be much safer when confused with human errors.
However, in order to reach this point, all vehicles on the road must be autonomous. With a survey claiming that autonomous vehicles will constitute only 10% of all vehicles bought and sold by 2034, it is clear that the situation may take many years to materialize.
Therefore, we know that this will take some time and in the meantime it will be a mix of fully autonomous, partially autonomous and non-autonomous vehicles on the road. This has the potential to cause problems. For example, passing cyclists or pedestrians may make false assumptions about a vehicle’s ability to detect them.
Will the Cars of the Future Change Shape?
Vehicles can become multipurpose areas for years to come, allowing passengers to perform a range of different tasks while moving from one place to another. Cars can become “wheeled offices” where passengers can work normally, hold meetings during the journey, and even relax and lean during breaks.
It is possible to imagine the situations in which he came. This will mean that the entire interior must be redesigned to allow for such activities. This can mean wider, longer and larger vehicles, which will have more impact on road design.
What About Flying Cars, The Subject of Science Fiction Movies We Always Dreamed of?
There is a lot of space above us that is not currently used by planes, so the flying car concept has some merits. Ultimately, it will potentially avoid many of the traditional problems associated with road traffic, especially traffic congestion.
It can also be a very fast form of mobility. Flying vehicles will not be restricted by traffic controls, intersections and roundabouts. Another important issue to consider is financial; If all vehicles could fly, theoretically we would need far fewer roads, which would save construction and maintenance costs.
But the whole flying car concept would have to be edited or there would be no end to air collisions. Since debris from the sky will injure and kill people, their consequences will potentially be much worse than accidents on the ground. In fact, an all-weather collision will almost certainly have fatal consequences.
Perhaps we can imagine special “air corridors” controlled by ground traffic controllers that would work in the same way as conventional air traffic controllers. The arrangement in this scenario will be essential and the whole concept may be limited to private professional operators operating sky-based taxi services or transporting goods around cities. After all, numbers would have to be tightly controlled.
Will all cars be computer controlled soon?
All new cars are already computer controlled to some extent. When a modern car has a defect, the normal procedure to find out what’s wrong involves a diagnostic test. This test is based on a computer system that connects to the vehicle’s computer processor, sensors and microchips and records any issues or issues. It can reveal defects including problems with exhaust, transmission, oil tank and other systems
It is only a relatively small step from vehicle diagnostics to vehicle control and calculation capability, it is already available in many vehicles for functions such as automatic cruise control, automatic parking and advanced or autonomous emergency braking systems. Computer systems in future cars will likely become extremely complex.
As a result, autonomous vehicles will be very expensive compared to non-autonomous vehicles for the first few years after launch. This could hinder widespread uptake, as is currently the case with electric vehicles.