31 mai 2020

HOW CAN AUTOMATED AND CONNECTED VEHICLES IMPROVE ROAD SAFETY?

HOW CAN AUTOMATED AND CONNECTED VEHICLES IMPROVE ROAD SAFETY? SELF-DRIVING VEHICLES Self-driving (or fully autonomous / automated) vehicles will not require any driver input and will have the ability to navigate independently. Using on-board sensors and evaluation equipment, they will have a 360-degree view of their surroundings at all times. Removing the driver from the equation will also reduce the element of human error in driving, which is the cause in 90% of all accidents today. A self-driving car simply will not hold a... [Lire la suite]
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30 mai 2020

The State of the Self-Driving Car Race 2020

The State of the Self-Driving Car Race 2020 It turns out self-driving cars aren’t dissimilar from self-driving humans: It takes about 16 years for them to be ready for the road. Today, a generation removed from the seminal 2004 Darpa challenge in which the U.S. military launched a fleet of fledgling robot cars across the Mojave Desert, these machines are still trying to get their licenses. It’s taking much longer than initially promised, but analysts expect autonomous vehicles to mature quickly over the next decade. ... [Lire la suite]
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29 mai 2020

ELON MUSK INTERVIEW ON AUTOPILOT AND FULL SELF DRIVING

ELON MUSK INTERVIEW ON AUTOPILOT AND FULL SELF DRIVING >> Musk believes autonomous cars are worth 5 to 10X ones that aren’t. >> Elon estimates that Tesla’s fleet captures 99% of all consumer-driven autonomous miles, far more data than other manufacturer. >> Musk said because all new Teslas now ship with Full Self Driving hardware, they may appreciate in value with software updates. >> By next year, Elon believes that having a human driver in addition to Autopilot may be less safe than Autopilot by... [Lire la suite]
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28 mai 2020

Five trends transforming the Automotive Industry

Five trends transforming the Automotive Industry The rapid progress made in areas such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep neural networks make it possible to achieve what until recently seemed utopian – namely the development of autonomous vehicles, which require no human intervention even in complex traffic situations. This will completely redefine the use of individual mobility platforms. New application scenarios are emerging that would have been unthinkable just a few years ago. The transition to... [Lire la suite]
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27 mai 2020

PRESS RELEASE: PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THEE COMPANIES OTN AND NEXYAD TO SAVE LIVES

PRESS RELEASE: PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THEE COMPANIES OTN AND NEXYAD TO SAVE LIVES PRESS RELEASE The companies OTN and Nexyad join forces in a strategic partnership for active rail safety. Saint Germain en Laye, April 20, 2020 - The company OTN, which develops safety products in the rail sector among others, announces the signature of a partnership with the company Nexyad, specializing in on-board risk assessment of accident, with the aim of developing solutions for predicting and preventing collision risks. This partnership will... [Lire la suite]
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26 mai 2020

Telematics and the future of V2X

Telematics and the future of V2X Much of the momentum behind the US Federal government’s current push for vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) deployment can be traced to the safety benefits this technology will offer drivers—and, by extension, society, the governing bodies that maintain the transportation system, and other stakeholders. Nevertheless, it will be challenging to capitalize on V2X’s safety potential until it has been implemented in a critical mass of vehicles on the road. An examination of the safety applications on the... [Lire la suite]
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25 mai 2020

Artificial intelligence driving autonomous vehicle development

Artificial intelligence driving autonomous vehicle development Autonomous driving is one of the key application areas of artificial intelligence (AI). Autonomous vehicles (AV) are equipped with multiple sensors, such as cameras, radars and lidar, which help them better understand the surroundings and in path planning. These sensors generate a massive amount of data. To make sense of the data produced by these sensors, AVs need supercomputer-like, nearly instant processing capabilities. Companies developing AV systems rely heavily... [Lire la suite]
24 mai 2020

Emerging trends in the world of autonomous vehicles

Emerging trends in the world of autonomous vehicles The last few years have been favorable for the autonomous vehicle technology. Developing a driverless car has been a shared dream for Google, Apple, Tesla, Uber, and Lyft. For Uber and Lyft, autonomous cars are one of the means of cutting costs. However, saving big bucks are not the only benefits of autonomous cars. Factors such as lowering fuel consumption, reduce CO2 emission, and reduction in congestion are some of the major benefits of autonomous vehicles. According to a... [Lire la suite]
23 mai 2020

What’s Next for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems?

What’s Next for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems? As the reality of autonomous cars gets closer every day, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are bridging the gap between traditional cars and the cars of tomorrow. Slowly but surely, cars are taking on more tasks by themselves and increasing the safety of drivers, passengers and everyone else on the road. Across the mobility supply chain, we’re seeing developments in intelligent technology and supporting software that will form the foundations of fully autonomous... [Lire la suite]
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22 mai 2020

New Rules Could Finally Clear the Way for Self-Driving Cars

New Rules Could Finally Clear the Way for Self-Driving Cars For the first time, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is weighing in on autonomous vehicles with no driver behind the wheel—or no wheel at all. SINCE AN INTERNET search company named Google began testing self-driving vehicles more than a decade ago, the still-in-development technology has faced a niggling issue: The federal vehicle safety rules that govern car design assume that a human sits behind the steering wheel of each... [Lire la suite]
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