Project Titan – The merest news of a new Apple product being launched gives us goosebumps. They come as the meteors and light up our world.
There is an arresting superiority and here they are again, with the Project Titan, the self-driving car.
The whole array of arsenal that the car boasts of is perched on the roof of it in a cumbersome manner which lets out an image of being complex assemblage of sensors which include cameras and radar units.
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Not before long, there has been a video posted by MacCallister Higgins, a co-founder of self-driving startup voyage which came along with a note that Voyage itself has just geed up its ride-hailing venture in San Jose retirement community.
But Voyage has a competitor in the market, Waymo’s self-driving minivan from which it is going to be way different with a bulky set-up of sensors. So obviously, unlike Apple’s other projects this is not going to look sleek from any which angle.
CEO Tim Cook also took to Twitter to express his views and share some insights about voyage with the consumers where he said “What we’re focusing on – what we’ve talked about focusing on publicly – is we’re focusing on autonomous systems. And clearly one purpose of autonomous systems is self-driving cars. There are others, and we sorta see it as the mother of all AI projects. It’s probably one of the most difficult AI projects, actually, to work on. And so autonomy is something that’s incredible exciting for us, but we’ll see where it takes us”.
Project Titan was an ‘open secret’ but Apple never came clean breast about it lately but there was a gradually unfolding pattern about the details in the media and grapevine also has it Apple is aiming to release its electric car in 2021.
However, the target was 2019 as quoted by a report in Wall Street Journal but due to some demanding circumstances it is still underway. Of course we are waiting for Voyage with bated breath and expecting it to have the same draw as other Apple products with the consumers.