Good things happen when cars connect with communities
What if cars could do more than drive? What if they could learn and become smarter, providing information and feedback to the driver and other cars – and even power communities? It's all part of Nissan's Intelligent Integration effort, and it's going to change the world.
The robot cars are coming. And they're awesome. Nissan is developing the Seamless Autonomous Mobility (SAM) system, which partners in-vehicle artificial intelligence with remote human support, so driverless vehicles may be able to make the right decisions in unpredictable situations. The SAM system will also enable millions of autonomous vehicles to share information with each other, passing on intelligence that helps them operate safely and smoothly on the road.