Honda speaks with Google sister on collaboration, self-propelled cars
Honda is considering to cooperate with Waymo, the recently established sister company of Google, to have his car tracked.
That has Honda Wednesday night announced. The sensors and technology of Waymo could be incorporated in future cars of Honda.
About walk now formal conversations. Outcome may also be that Honda will only contribute to the testvloot of Waymo, who has been in four American cities driving around.
Honda said earlier in 2020 cars to want to release that on motorways, independent driving. A collaboration with Waymo could lead to Honda eventually be completely self-propelled cars will deliver, says the company. The technology of Waymo is also a lot of testing in cities.
The previously developed Google itself, the technology for self-propelled cars, and built the company even has a prototype of its own car model. This month was the development of the technology to be found in Waymo, an independent company that just as Google is part of parent company, Alphabet.
The development of a car model is discontinued; Waymo wants to collaborate with existing automakers to make its technology available to create. Fiat Chrysler is the first partner from the automotive sector. From next year, a hundred vans that manufacturer to tests of Waymo.