ST’s Smart Mobility products and solutions are making driving safer, greener and more connected through the combination of several of our technologies. After effectively ending the economic slowdown in 2016, the Indonesian economy is expected to show accelerating economic in the years ahead, something that boosts people’s purchasing power as well as consumer confidence. One of the key reasons that explains why Indonesia’s economy ended the slowdown in 2016 was because of improving commodity prices (rising commodity prices tend to boost car sales on the resource-rich islands of Kalimantan and Sumatra). Due to the easier monetary policy and the end of the economic slowdown in 2016 (GDP growth accelerated to 5.02 percent y/y), Indonesian car sales finally rebounded in 2016.
- Regulatory and customer expectations to cut emissions, reduce ownership costs and provide smarter services; all of which require new ideas and solutions which go far beyond drivetrain and vehicle optimization.
- Between the years 2007 and 2012, the Indonesian economy grew at least 6.0 percent per year, with the exception of 2009 when GDP growth was dragged down by the global financial crisis.
- Safety for the automobiles themselves implies that there is no risk of damage.
- GESITS is the product of collaborative research between ITS and PT Garansindo, an electric vehicle industry.
- The GESITS electric motorcycle is the first electric motorcycle assembled by ITS.
With upcoming autonomy of cars, this will also become ever more important to show when a vehicle is in autonomous mode. With active participation from the automotive industry, W3C is working to bring drivers and passengers a rich Web experience. Image signal processors offering high image quality multi-camera capability with a range of real-time hardware and software safety features for advanced human display and computer vision applications. Learn how Arm provide the efficient performance, responsiveness, and functional safety support to enable innovations in Nissan’s car motion technologies. Graphics processors for a range of mobile devices from smartwatches to autonomous vehicles.
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Consumer mobility behavior is changing, leading to up to one out of ten cars sold in 2030 potentially being a shared vehicle and the subsequent rise of a market for fit-for-purpose mobility solutions. Electric automobile actually enjoyed the greatest acceptance because it was quiet and easy to operate, but the limitations imposed by battery capacity proved competitively fatal. Especially popular with women, electric cars remained in limited production well into the 1920s.
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Driven by shared mobility, connectivity services, and feature upgrades, new business models could expand automotive revenue pools by about 30 percent, adding up to $1.5 trillion. Indonesia is facing a severe energy issue, particularly in fuel oil for the transportation sector. ITS as a green university also strives to innovate the economic automotive product. ITS initiative to create an electric car, GESITS, and Sapu Angin has gained international acknowledgment since these cars won many international competitions. ITS as a green-university also strives to innovate economic automotive product. ITS’ initiative to create an electric car, GESITS, and Sapu Angin has gained international acknowledgment since these cars won many international competitions.
In an era of unprecedented disruption, success depends on automakers’ ability to orchestrate multiple changes, from software-driven transformation to the shift to sustainable mobility and autonomous driving. For commercial vehicles and passenger cars alike, their ability to deal with the many difficult – and interconnected – disruptions they face depends on finding their place in a new global, digital ecosystem. Connect drivers to their car and surroundings using real-time data and insights.