12 janvier 2017

Advanced Driver Assistance System Component Shipments to Reach 1.2 Billion Units Annually by 2025

Automotive Sensors Enabling Advanced Vision, Awareness, and Emergency Response Systems Will Experience Strong Growth as Automakers Embrace Systems for Improved Safety and Vehicle Autonomy The market for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) is on the verge of a tipping point.  Driven largely by a quest for improved safety, either via government mandates or a desire to receive top-tier crashworthiness ratings, automakers are rapidly incorporating new technologies and systems that are designed to help drivers avoid accidents... [Lire la suite]

11 janvier 2017

CES 2017: Nasa’s helping Nissan make driverless cars

CES 2017: Nasa’s helping Nissan make driverless cars     Nissan’s autonomous car drive has gained significant momentum at the CES show in Las Vegas. The Japanese carmaker has put a timeline to its plans, and confirmed the MkII Leaf – due in the next year or two – will get semi-autonomous functionality as standard. It has also collaborated with Nasa to help develop something called SAM (Seamless Autonomous Mobility) that means proper self-driving vehicles – taxis and vans with no drivers in them at all... [Lire la suite]
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10 janvier 2017

European Commission : MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT - Road Safety

European Commission : MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT - Road Safety The opinions expressed in the studies are those of the consultant and do not necessarily represent the position of the Commission. Assessing the fitness to drive Education/training Infrastructural measures Vehicle design and vehicle safety What can be done about it? ADAS Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) can provide personal assistance in a road environment that cannot always take into... [Lire la suite]
09 janvier 2017

Google introduces Android Auto ‘phone-screen experience’ to expand market

  Google introduces Android Auto ‘phone-screen experience’ to expand market Initiative seeks to make Android Auto experience accessible on the handset, to those without compatible in-dash displays. According to Google, Android Auto is now available from “more than 50 [automotive] brands” on in-dash screens. However, seeking to accelerate adoption and reach the broader market of drivers who don’t own one of those compatible cars, the company is introducing an Android Auto experience for smartphones. Read... [Lire la suite]
08 janvier 2017

Dashboard Camera Market Worth $1.84 Billion By 2022

Dashboard Camera Market Worth $1.84 Billion By 2022 The global dashboard camera market size is expected to reach USD 1.84 billion by 2022 according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Favorable government initiatives and rising demand for vehicular safety are expected to boost global dashboard camera market growth.The industry is expected to witness an upsurge in demand for dashcams in passenger and commercial vehicles by positively driving industry growth over the forecast period. Dashcams facilitate in recording... [Lire la suite]
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07 janvier 2017

A Review of Data Fusion Techniques

A Review of Data Fusion Techniques The integration of data and knowledge from several sources is known as data fusion. This paper summarizes the state of the data fusion field and describes the most relevant studies. We first enumerate and explain different classification schemes for data fusion. Then, the most common algorithms are reviewed. These methods and algorithms are presented using three different categories: (i) data association, (ii) state estimation, and (iii) decision fusion. 1. Introduction In general, all tasks that... [Lire la suite]
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05 janvier 2017

Telematics Smartphone Applications: Safety, Monitoring, Tracking, Diagnostics, Remote Control, and Infotainment Software

Telematics Smartphone Applications: Safety, Monitoring, Tracking, Diagnostics, Remote Control, and Infotainment Software he integration of smartphones and smartphone applications into vehicles represents nothing less than a renaissance of the interest in both consumer and commercial telematics markets. Car OEMs, automotive "tier ones," telematics service providers and independent system and software developers are rushing to launch smartphone applications, with new solutions being announced almost on a daily basis. The dynamics of... [Lire la suite]
04 janvier 2017

Driverless cars: Don’t ignore the human factor

Driverless cars: Don’t ignore the human factor Tesla Motors has announced what is thought to be the first fatal accident in one of its electric, self-driving cars that was under its own control. Details are unclear, Tesla said the accident happened on a divided highway when a tractor trailer, or articulated lorry, drove across the highway “perpendicular to” the car and continued. “Neither Autopilot nor the driver noticed the white side of the tractor trailer against a brightly lit sky, so the brake was not applied”, reports say. ... [Lire la suite]
03 janvier 2017

Can privacy concerns for insurance of connected cars be compensated?

Can privacy concerns for insurance of connected cars be compensated? Internet-of-things technologies enable service providers such as insurance companies to collect vast amounts of privacy-sensitive data on car drivers. This paper studies whether and how privacy concerns of car owners can be compensated by offering monetary benefits. We study the case of usage based car insurance services for which the insurance fee is adapted to measured mileage and driving behaviour. A conjoint experiment shows that consumers prefer their current... [Lire la suite]
02 janvier 2017

Connected car, automotive value chain unbound

Connected car, automotive value chain unbound The term “connected car”* is one of the most intensely debated buzzwords these days. There is no doubt that it will shape the future of the automotive industry, but how? Are consumers going to pay for it (and what is “it” anyway)? How will it impact the underlying revenue and profit pools? In addition, what will determine who will benefit from changes in automotive profit pools? These are the questions we often hear from clients in the automotive, telecoms, technology, and insurance... [Lire la suite]