Honda Motor Co., Ltd. is pushing the boundaries of mobility with three concept vehicles and an Internet-connected and vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication automotive technology at the upcoming CES Asia 2017 in Shanghai, China.
Between June 7 to 9, 2017, Honda’s exhibit will highlight the theme ‘Cooperative Mobility Ecosystem’ featuring innovations that will utilize artificial intelligence (AI), big data and robotics technologies.
To be displayed at the Honda booth will be the concept EV commuter Honda NeuV that will be equipped with the AI technology called ‘emotion engine’ allowing it to artificially generate its own emotions.
Honda will also put on display the concept motorcycle called Riding Assist that comes with balance control technology that comes from the automaker’s massive robotics research.
The final concept is the personal mobility device UNI-CUB using ROS (Robot Operating System) compatible Application Program Interface that makes it possible to control the device remotely.
On the tech front, Honda will unveil the ‘Safe Swarm’ concept, which utilizes Internet-connected and vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication automotive technologies, and the planned production model of a portable battery inverter power source called the LiB-AID E500.