Autonomo Futuristic Vehicle By Charles Rattray (VIDEO)
Autonomo is a simple, sleek and futuristic vehicle designed for the year 2030. It’s been designed with the objective to provide solutions for many problems we might be facing in mega cities such as Los Angeles, New York, etc. Autonomo futuristic vehicle concept is equipped with a drive-by-wire control system that replaces traditional mechanical components and harnesses the exponential development of technology due to the power of Moore’s Law. The automotive designer said that his main inspirations came from artificial intelligence, biomimicry, sustainability and advanced technologies.
There are many tasks of Autonomo futuristic vehicle that can be controlled using the onboard computer system, such as driving, monitoring, perceiving the environment and various objects around it, and also communicating with its surroundings. The advanced sensor technology installed in this vehicle enables it to build a live feed of its environment in 3D data, thank you to its variety of sensors, therefore this vehicle is able to artificially yet precisely see the world in great details even when you are in a fast-moving mode.
In order to understand the city’s traffic conditions, Autonomo vehicles constantly synchronize all its collected data into its centralized database. This data can be used to predict any changes that might occur in the traffic flow, therefore all users can anticipate mobility demands across the entire road network. When these smart vehicles cross paths, they will automatically synchronize their movements in “platoon mode” and follow each other within 20-centimeter distance. In this way, Autonomo can reduce its energy consumption much further.
Designed specifically for personal vehicle, Autonomo can carry up to 2 passengers with extra space for luggage. User will be able to find main luggage compartment at the back of this vehicle. Autonomo futuristic vehicle acts as a single organism across the entire busy traffic road as a fast and energy efficient transportation.
Designer: Charles Rattray