By organizing a hackathon, in partnership with TechCrunch, Groupe Renault will take part for the first time in Viva Technoloy which takes place from May 24th-26th. For 24hrs, web specialists and programmers will challenge themselves to imagine the future of autonomous and connected vehicles.
The R.S. 2027 Vision concept car unveiled on 19 April at the Shanghai Motor Show illustrates the Renault take on the shape of Formula 1 ten years hence, in 2027. To a great extent, this vision builds on the three main foundations of Renault innovation today: the electric vehicle, the connected vehicle and the autonomous vehicle. Key technologies in these three areas are, or will shortly be, available on Renault production vehicles.
The Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES), one of the world’s biggest technology innovation gatherings, runs from January 5 to 8. Carlos Ghosn will be there to champion the Renault-Nissan Alliance on January 5. And Groupe Renault is taking this opportunity to showcase its ongoing work to illustrate new ways of thinking about mobility as technology meets transportation.
Renault will be implementing bio-inspired vision technologies to extend the capabilities of its driver assistance and autonomous vehicle systems.