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Kyocera, GLM To Develop Electric Vehicles


Day-after-day more and most of the manufacturers are moving to produce electric cars. A Japanese multinational ceramic and electronics manufacturer originally from Kyoto moving towards to produce electric vehicle together with GLM Corporation. The electric named “Tommy Kaira ZZ” which was originally introduced to the market in the 90s by Tommy Kaira. The car was freshly converted into safety-conscious electric sports car by Kyocera.

The electric car features with a line of latest devices as well as systems including sensors for advanced driver-assist systems, an LCD screen for heads-up display (HUD) units and a rear-view camera with an AI-based image recognition system.

Yashushi Nakajima, Official, Kyocera said, “This is the cut-out model of an electronic rear mirror. Two cameras are installed inside this cover. The first one here is to project on the rear. And this one below is a part of surrounding cameras to project the surround view.”

Kyocera’s minimalist design aims to express its emotion along with its streamlined functionality. Now, the company exerting its long-cultivated knowledge of manufacturing into innovations of automotive technology.

Masahiro Inagaki at Kyocera said, “The thing we realized after this project is that making of these devices and car installation of them were completely two different things. So, we went through a series of trials and errors but particularly for our young engineers, it was a great opportunity to learn and to experience the sincere joy and fulfillment of craftsmanship. Sometimes we would even forget about eating or sleeping.”


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