NEW DELHI: Volkswagen announced on Thursday that it will be rolling out the ‘Computer Vision’ AI technology to boost its production by at least 30% by the year 2025. The ‘Industrial Computer Vision’ image recognition and processing technology is currently being tested at Porsche’s Leipzig plant. The Computer Vision technology extracts information from optical data, such as the real environment at the plant, which it then evaluates using artificial intelligence (AI). The procedure is similar to the human capability of recognizing, processing and analyzing images. Volkswagen has been working with this technology for several years and is now intensifying its efforts. The first application will be rolled out next year through the new Volkswagen Industrial Cloud throughout the Volkswagen Group.
NEW DELHI: Volkswagen on Monday started the countdown for the global premiere of its 2020 Tiguan. Jurgen Stackmann, Board Member at Volkswagen Brand for Sales took to Twitter to announce the development. #Worldpremiere #VWTiguan #Countdown #MondayMotivation https://t.co/9of7cy2Ci4— Jürgen Stackmann (@jstackmann) 1593429183000First launched in 2007, Tiguan is the most successful model in the Volkswagen Group and the best-selling SUV in Europe. Tiguan 2019 starts from Rs 33.12 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The 7-seater SUV comes with a BS6, 2.0-litre TSI engine.