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At CES 2015, Valeo demonstrates the next generation of adaptive cruise control, with fully automated steering to stay in its lane.
Automotive supplier Valeo debuts its Cruise4U self-driving technology during CES 2015, which uses laser to scan the road, then work accelerator, brakes and steering.
Automotive equipment supplier Valeo takes the tedium out of parking with its self-parking system, which can be activated from an iPhone.
Valeo demonstrates its InBlue virtual key tech for smartphones and smartwatches and gives us a peek at its Mobius autonomous dashboard of the future.
It was a stunning CES for automotive tech, with major advances in self-driving car technology being shown off by Audi, Mercedes-Benz, BMW and a number of automotive suppliers. In addition, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will connect with your favorite phone in many cars.
During Nvidia's CES 2015 press conference, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang showed off the Drive PX computer, based on the just-announced Tegra X1 chip, enabling self-driving cars.
Volkswagen brings Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and Mirrorlink to the dashboard, starting with the e-Golf, while demonstrating gesture controls in the Golf R Touch concept.
Whether its self-driving, integrated data in the dashboard or next-generation driver displays, CES 2015 will showcase the latest in automotive tech, plus what we can expect to see in the next decade.
The biggest high-tech automotive trend on display at CES 2014 was self-driving cars, not just in concept, but in real-world demonstrations.
At the International Motor Show in Frankfurt, equipment maker Valeo demonstrated how its Park4U system could be controlled from an iPhone, making it unnecessary to actually be in the car.