Yamaha Plans On Expanding The Possibilities Of Mobility At CES 2018

Posted: Dec 23 2017, 4:47pm CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Yamaha Plans on Expanding the Possibilities of Mobility at CES 2018

Yamaha will have an Out of this World Display Booth at the CES 2018

The CES 2018 is less than 30 days away. It will include some of the best of electronic and AI products that are present at this stage in human evolution. Especially Yamaha will be showcasing some of its autonomous driving technology at the show.

Those who are familiar with the term will immediately sense what the special display booth for Yamaha will feature. Since its inception in 1967, the show has introduced such items as the VCR, Xbox and OLED TV to the crowds of high tech enthusiasts.

This year, Yamaha will be making its debut at the event which is due to take place in Las Vegas. Yamaha is known for making super motorbikes, two wheelers and maritime technology.

The theme which the famous company has chosen as its main message is the expansion of possibilities of mobility via advanced technology, according to Techradar.

Not only will there be two and four wheelers at the show but a motorbike driven by a robot will also be among the salient products. Then there is a drone and a helicopter without any personnel on board. These are meant for industrial usage though.

The prototype MOTOROiD motorcycle has AI built into it and can be driven by a rider with full maneuverability. It however has low speed. It has already garnered quite some publicity at the Tokyo Motor Show.

At the CES 2018, it will wow the geek crowd. Also a MOTOBOT Version 2 will be present at the show. This is the aforementioned robot that can ride the motorcycle.

You can well imagine how in the future a pizza delivery process could use this robot who drives a motorcycle to bring oven fresh pizza to your residence.

Finally, a drone that can spray crops with pesticide and a FAZER-R unmanned helicopter are among the other products of high technology from Yamaha which will be on display at the CES 2018.

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