He then went on to describe a network of autonomous vehicles that will use M2M communication to reduce congestion, accidents, and fatalities using Computer Vision, Machine Learning, and Sensor Fusion, while incorporating technologies such as LiDAR, 4/5G, and a new generation of super-fast processors.
Obviously Lewis Hamilton was strongly opposed to self-driving cars, but did wax lyrical about how innovations in wireless transfer technology have resulted in the drivers not having to spend time waiting for the engineers to copy data manually. Previously, data had to be collected via an on-board DAQ, so it could not be downloaded until cars arrived back in the pit garage. Lewis complained that this took ages between sessions whereas today, as the data is transmitted wirelessly in real-time, they don't have to wait any more, therefore time spent out on circuit is increased.
Clearly Lewis was there to have fun. He made a few amusing comments, including one that related to a rather rude term used by his engineers to describe a component, which actually made the female presenter shift rather awkwardly in her seat. If you are easily offended, it may be best not to watch the following video!