It seems that the pace of the earth revolution is reduced to increase the technological evolution. The world is working on the next-generation technology. It isn’t a start, but it is in a prototype testing phase. No matter what product you deliver, it looks like the product will be powered by AI.
BMW, by following its aim, claims to release its self-driving electric car by 2021 and has taken a step ahead by starting its self-driving development center in Unterschleissheim, Germany near Munich. The company will provide jobs for 2,000 employees after the completion.
The plant will be developed with every aspect of future production techniques, road test facility, and other automated equipment. The talent assessment team will fetch many groups around the globe including machine learning specialist, software developers, and other important roles.
BMW commented that the head-hunting task and other vital operational setup would definitely streamline the development process for the vehicles. The process will allow the development team to develop the code with an immediate testing facility to identify the circumstances and complexity.
On the other hand, many car makers are already into the procedure of setting up the development facility, and many of them preferred to build the factory in Silicon Valley for better communication with the software development team.
Thus, the testing of self-driving cars will be initiated soon near the facility and it is estimated that BMW’s development facility will be functioning by 2017.