The smart system of sensors and signals will detect and identify another moving objects on the road as bicycles, and then alert a driver even before he or she sees it in a number of ways.
The agency considers Japan and Western Europe to be the fastest adopters of intelligent self-driving cars, followed by the U.S. and China.
The most popular apps in the U.S. in 2014 were the social ones: a Facebook app (118 unique monthly users, 15% year-on-year rise since 2013), a Google Search (90,7 million monthly users), and a YouTube app (88,3 million unique monthly users).
From Nestlé's fat-burning drink to Magic Leap's 3-D optical sculptures blurring boundaries between real and virtual worlds: the future of today.
Overall, global consumers surveyed by GfK are more enthusiastic about using smartwatches for storing and sharing health information (about 46%). Among other functional features they would least likely to use it for wireless payments (35%).
The competition is open for applicants from over 30 countries until October the 1st.
The special event will be organised in the form of hackaton—the companies will have to present data-driven solutions, based on data provided by Unilever.
The kinetic technology was developed by one of the grant recipients of the UK Shell LiveWIRE programme in 2011, Laurence Kemball-Cook, who later became the founder and CEO of the technology company Pavegen.