The CES 2017 transportation innovations reveal that our daily commute could undergo a dramatic change in the very near future. Not only are self-driving cars on the horizon, but entirely new modes of transport could soon hit the market as well.
When it comes to consumer vehicles, AI was a common thread. For instance, Honda's 'NeuV' electric concept vehicle uses AI to reduce traffic congestion and enhance the overall driving experience. Similarly, the BMW HoloActive Touch system uses a virtual touchscreen to give drivers seamless control over their vehicle.
However, not all of the CES 2017 transportation innovations involved traditional vehicles. For instance, the Ninebot One S1 by Segway uses just a single wheel to make urban transportation a breeze. Such advancements indicate that the car may no longer reign supreme in the years ahead.
From Automated AI Vehicles to Single-Wheel Scooters
The Honda Riding Assist Technology was Shown Off at CES 2017
Helicopter-Sharing App Promos
UberCHOPPER Is a Limited Time Service Available at CES 2017
Enhanced Safety Electric Vehicles
The Faraday Future FF 91 is at CES 2017 and will Launch in 2018
Faraday Future Shows Off Its Electric FF 91 Model During CES 2017
Electric Self-Driving Minivans
The Millennial-Focused Chrysler Portal Was Unveiled at CES 2017
Helmet-Mounted Rear Brake Lights
The 'Cosmo Connected' Motorcycle Light is Debuting at CES 2017
Gesture Control Car Interiors
The BMW HoloActive Touch System will Unveil at CES 2017
The Ninebot One S1 by Segway Personal Mobility Device will be at CES 2017
Automated AI Vehicles
The Honda 'NeuV' Concept Electric Vehicle will Unveil at CES 2017
The Furrion Elysium RV Showed Off a Luxury Design at CES 2017