More than a thousand people from across the world are in Detroit plotting the future of driverless car technology, and we're learning the first autonomous shuttle bus will be driving through downtown before you know it.
It is the Intelligent Transportation Society of America’s annual meeting at Cobo Center. ITS chose Detroit to show the latest in autonomous and connected technology.
Bosch is showing its stuff, showing how with cameras it can put eyes and ears all over any American city.
“We are taking a bunch of devices that you put up in cities and you connect these devices,” said Frank Sgambati, or Bosch. “And you make those smart. And you can do things like improving parking situations or improve traffic flow.”
In addition to two connected car conferences happening in the D, a group of French executives are also coming to team up with the men and women behind the technology.