22 juillet 2018

Older Drivers 65+ look for ADAS safety tech when buying cars

Older Drivers 65+ look for ADAS safety tech when buying cars Older drivers are increasingly comfortable with and recognize the benefits of active safety technology, but they are still reluctant to relinquish total control to an autonomous vehicle, according to a nationwide survey by Munich Re, of US of drivers age 65 and older. Approximately two out of three (63 percent) drivers over age 65 intend to purchase their next vehicle with active safety technology. Blind spot detectors (51 percent), a backup camera (43 percent) and... [Lire la suite]

21 juillet 2018

IVO Driver Robot

IVO Driver Robot IVO is an autonomous robot that can be seated in any car in 5 minutes and take control over the driving task. IVO connects to the steering wheel and the pedals, and operates the vehicle - as if he was a human driver.   Read more : https://www.lar-bgu.com/ivo        
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20 juillet 2018

Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Vehicles

Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Vehicles Artificial Intelligence (AI) has taken the automotive industry by storm to drive the development of level-4 and level-5 autonomous vehicles. Why do you think AI has become so popular now, though it has been around since the 1950s? Simply put, the reason behind this explosion of AI is the humongous amount of data that we have available today. With the help of connected devices and services, we are able to collect data in every industry, thus fueling the AI revolution. While... [Lire la suite]
19 juillet 2018

Compulsory ADAS for European trucks set to expand

Compulsory ADAS for European trucks set to expand EC drive to cut HGV kill rates will see more mandating of driver assistance technology, discovers Siegfried Mortkowitz [Mob.Mortkowitz.2015.12.21] Since 1 November, 2015, all new heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) sold in the European Union have had to be equipped with lane departure warning systems (LDWS) and autonomous emergency braking systems (AEBS). Fitting out trucks and buses with these two advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) was mandated in an European Commission (EC)... [Lire la suite]
18 juillet 2018

Self-driving cars: A level-by-level explainer of autonomous vehicles

Self-driving cars: A level-by-level explainer of autonomous vehicles Here at Roadshow, we spend a great deal of time covering the rapidly growing field of self-driving car tech. Because both today's and tomorrow's vehicles offer dramatically varying degrees of automated driving, it became necessary to develop a classification system to describe the progression of these technologies, if only to use as shorthand for understanding their relative capabilities and limitations. SAE International (aka the Society of Automotive... [Lire la suite]
17 juillet 2018

The State of Explainable AI

The State of Explainable AI I don’t need to know exactly why Netflix recommends certain movies to me — if it looks like a fit, I’m happy to take their recommendation. On the other hand, if your AI tells me that I should undergo an invasive medical treatment because a deep neural network (DNN) recommends it — well, I’m going to want to understand why before I take your recommendation. Explainable AI (XAI) matters when you’re optimizing for something more important than a taste-based recommendation. AI deployed in military tools,... [Lire la suite]
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16 juillet 2018

Hitting the road: How Google Assistant, Alexa and AI are coming to your car

Hitting the road: How Google Assistant, Alexa and AI are coming to your car ou’re running out of excuses to text and drive. At CES 2018, auto companies are announcing new voice assistant features for their cars en masse. Google and Amazon are fighting all-out to lend Google Assistant and Alexa to as many autos at this year’s show as possible. Even Nvidia is joining the fray with a new voice-assisting car AI. Amazon Prime Day deals: see all the best early offers right here. Soon, many drivers won’t need to tap a... [Lire la suite]
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15 juillet 2018

Connected tech to keep car-share drivers in check

Connected tech to keep car-share drivers in check Telematics as a vetting tool in car-sharing fleets explored by Siegfried Mortkowitz. New mobility services are creating new relationships between drivers and vehicles, and potentially between car owners and their vehicles. The rise of who peer-to-peer (P2P) car-sharing has enabled owners to leverage the times their vehicles are idle by allowing strangers to rent them for short periods of time. In P2P relationships, the most important commodity is trust: the car owner must believe... [Lire la suite]
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14 juillet 2018

Digital Transformation for Insurance Companies: 6 Trends

Digital Transformation for Insurance Companies: 6 Trends The digital revolution has delivered technologies that can deliver dramatic business improvements for insurance companies – if they are bold enough to take advantage of them. So here are a few ways that some of the most innovative enterprises & rapid startups are transforming the way they operate. 6 Technology Opportunities for Insurance Companies 1. Big Data Analytics By collecting data on their users, forward-thinking insurance companies have been able to... [Lire la suite]
13 juillet 2018

ADAS could cut crashes 15% by 2030; repairers, insurers, fleets have recalibration ‘duty of care’

ADAS could cut crashes 15% by 2030; repairers, insurers, fleets have recalibration ‘duty of care’ ICDP last month announced a simulation predicted a 15 percent decrease in crashes and a 23 percent decrease in repairs in “the four main European markets” by 2030. The European collaborative aftermarket distribution researcher’s findings for France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom are similar to predictions by American consultants KPMG, for ICDP did predict repair costs would rise for the crashes that did make it into... [Lire la suite]