A partnership between Nissan and Ontario-based Acerta is working to create AI capable of detecting maintenance problems before they lead to serious issues.
Another Day, Another AI. Acerta is not new to developing similar AI. Previously their products have aided in precision manufacturing and custom machine learning/artificial intelligence solutions.
Nissan's plan to develop a platform as a base feature will equip vehicles with the technology to track anomalies in key powertrain components and notify owners before issues arise.
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