The electric vehicle industry is growing rapidly to create more intelligent transportation systems, and countries such as India have vowed to move to 100% electric cars by 2030. So now the next level of the AI revolution can be seen in the electric vehicle sector where artificial intelligence is being combined with sensors, real-time cameras, and even lasers to produce a better quality product and improve driver decisions.

Many EV companies are now utilizing AI to improve energy consumption, make maintenance predictions, monitor battery charging, and more, much to the benefit of consumers, commercial, ride-sharing, and even insurance companies. Furthermore, newer electric vehicles are also using AI for navigation assist, anti-theft, speedometer alerts, ride statistics, and remote diagnostics.

Other solutions, such as the AI-powered advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS), are aimed at actually changing driver behaviors by providing automatic braking, driver drowsiness detection, lane departure warnings, and the ability for the driver to see where they went, how they drove, and if they made any dangerous moves.