Microsoft has even had the power of self-driving in the same way as Google and Apple, which has recently extended an agreement with Hertz for the experimentation of its autonomous guide devices. The company of Redmond will launch a software based on its Azure software for the management of systems without the driver. This will be available at the Chinese Baidu facility in the open source project Apollo Alliance, which is part of Reality Uber, TomTom, Bosh, Continental and Nvidia.
The partnership will allow all business owners to give away from China to access the Apollo platform services and will run operative between the end of July in selected markets. The software ecosystem will be supplied in all its functions through the next. This is not the only investment Microsoft has in the sector of self driving car. The United States, since the middle of this month has suspended the support of Windows 8.1, has been strictly in agreement with producers such as BMW, Toyota, Volvo, Ford and Renault-Nissan for the integration of the Azure cloud in the parrot trees. Baidu dal canto suo is looking for retagliarsi il suo spazio in this market gives him enormous potential. According to a search of McKinsey, between 2030 and 15% of the auto sold will be a self driving car.