The last few years have seen the introduction of new technology that will change the way that we live forever. Systems that control your home like the Amazon Echo are set to change the way that we interact with technology in a big way, but this is only going to be a small change compared to the far reaching effects of quantum computing. It’s a technology that’s in its early stages and you might not have heard that much about it. All of the major tech companies are investing a huge amount of money in the development of these new technologies because they know how important they will be in the future.
I doubt car theft is on your list of things you want to experience. Go the extra mile to protect your ride with these tips.
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A car needs three components in order to drive itself: GPS, a CAN bus, and a sensor system. Most cars these days already come with GPS, which lets them determine the best way to get from Point A to Point B. Similarly, cars have had crude versions of a CAN (Controller Area Network) bus for decades, which lets the devices within a car communicate with each other without a computer. In an automated car, the CAN bus will enable communication between the GPS and the car’s sensors to tell the car where to go and what the road conditions are like.
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Owning a car means much more than just pumping gas and driving around, your father surely told you something like that at one point. He was right, be aware that you have certain responsibilities. Not just in form of a legal matter, you have to be considerate as a driver, patient and prepared for every situation. Even if you are short-tempered, at least we can help you with this last bit and remind you of some necessary gear that you should have in your car at all times.
The future is here, well almost if Amazon’s founder and CEO Jeff Bezos has anything to do with it. Bezos unveiled on 60 Minutes the company’s drone-based “Prime Air” Program. The company claims to be ready to launch in 2015, so long as the FAA’s rules allow for them to enable air delivery. According to Bezos these unmanned aerial vehicles (or drones) use GPS coordinates to deliver items up to 5 pounds in weight (86 percent of the items that Amazon delivers).