This week, Las Vegas is firmly in the hands of the consumer electronics show CES, and with it the new automobile industry. Not Detroit, not Frankfurt, not Geneva or Los Angeles are now the leading shows when it comes to autonomous, electric, connected and hard driving, but clearly CES.
Thus, not only does everything that has or wants to have its own stands in the mobility halls, many of the manufacturers also demonstrate their technologies live on the streets of Las Vegas. On Las Vegas Boulevard, colloquially known as the Strip, they are seen driving around, often as a robot taxi service for trade fair visitors.
I just arrived and immediately spotted a Hexagon vehicle. Hexagon works on sensors, positioning and software for autonomous vehicles in cooperation with AutonomouStuff.
This article was also published in German.