“Personal Mobility as a Service” (PMaS) takes off in 2016

“Personal Mobility as a Service” (PMaS) takes off in 2016 At Nvidia’s CES 2016 keynote in Las Vegas, company co-founder and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang took the audience by surprise to demonstrate a breakthrough in automotive supercomputing that is positioned to change the way drivers both control and interact with their physical driving environments and their vehicles.Jen-Hsun introduced a new delivery model called “Personal Mobility as a Service” (PMaS) that envisions an automotive platform where cars can leverage the power of a personal supercomputer to increase road safety, increase driving efficiency, and hopefully prevent and lower the daily number of collision statistics with other drivers.“Humans are the least reliable part of the car,” said Jen-Hsun Huang as he outlined three important challenges facing drivers. Car crashes – an estimated 93 percent…


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