Nissan adds another feather to the hat by winning the top prize at the CEATEC Innovation Awards. Nissan revealed that their Autonomous Drive Technology won the Grand Prix and that the award was awarded by a panel of independent US journalists that have been working in the field of IT and consumer electronics. Nissan expressed their happiness and said that they are glad that they won the award that honors the best in the world of technology, products and services at CEATEC Japan 2013. The Japanese automaker also revealed that this is the first time that they have won award at the CEATEC event and that their Autonomous Drive Technology has also won the Smart Mobility in the Special Award category.
Many of the experts in the panel said that Nissan’s Autonomous Drive Technology will benefit the society as it aims toward reducing traffic congestion, accidents and fatalities which not only allows the driver to reach the destination quicker but also improves the fuel efficiency of the vehicle. However, Nissan revealed that there are more developments that they have to make to this technology and therefore they will be able to bring out commercially-viable Autonomous Drive cars only by 2020. The technology works like a Safety Shield that monitors 360 degree view to offer complete protection from all kinds of risk factors.
Nissan has been participating in the CEATEC Japan Show and believes that the show offers the best of technology and consumer electronics that they find across the planet. CEATEC also known Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies works like a consumer electronics show where many top car manufacturers introduce better technologies that they can offer to their buyers in the future. While awarding the top prize the panel said that they believe that Nissan’s Autonomous Drive Technology offers better functionality, innovation and solution to the needs of the consumers.
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