BMW, Toyota, and Allianz invest in Nauto to learn about driver behavior

If you’re going to teach cars to drive better than humans, first you need to know how humans drive. Silicon Valley start-up Nauto’s dashboard technology provides insight into driver behavior. Research and investment divisions of Toyota, BMW, and car insurance company Allianz have all invested in Nauto and have licensed the company’s technology, according to Reuters.Observing, collecting, and understanding driver behavior is Nauto’s focus. The company’s network of connected cameras and artificial intelligence-driven cloud applications tracks real-time traffic and road conditions and driver behavior. The aggregate data on driver behavior in various conditions and situations can be used to help prepare autonomous vehicles for more than just relying on maps and object detection. Related: Going for a ride in Ford’s self-driving car Drivers in Naut0-connected cars benefit immediately. All drivers in the network are updated about traffic…


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