06 août 2017

Advanced driver assistance systems

Advanced driver assistance systems Vehicle technologies and road casualty reduction Vehicle safety is a key strategy to address ambitious long-term and interim goals and targets as part of an integrated Safe System approach (See ERSO web text on Road Safety Management and Vehicle Safety). Secondary safety or crash protection technologies continue to deliver large savings; in the last few years, primary safety or crash avoidance technologies have started to contribute to casualty reduction and hold potentially large future promise. At... [Lire la suite]
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05 août 2017

Connected cars need to play well with smart citieshttps://readwrite.com/2016/08/13/connected-cars-need-play-well-smart-cities-tl

Connected cars need to play well with smart cities As autonomous vehicles and smart city investments continue their blistering growth, experts say it’s vital that these two connected juggernauts work in better synchronicity. An article by IT Online discusses recent findings by the International Data Corporation (IDC) its report “Collaboration Between Automotive OEMs and City Leaders for Implementing Connected Car and Smart City Solutions1.” In the report IDC looked at the interplay between these two massively... [Lire la suite]
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04 août 2017

44 Corporations Working On Autonomous Vehicles

44 Corporations Working On Autonomous Vehicles Beyond trendy names like Tesla and Alphabet chasing self-driving cars, a host of auto brands and other tech heavyweights are also investing heavily in autonomous R&D. Private companies working in auto tech are attracting record levels of deals and funding, with autonomous driving startups leading the charge. Besides early-stage startups, VCs, and other investors, large companies are also eagerly chasing a slice of the self-driving pie. Using CB Insights’ investment,... [Lire la suite]
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03 août 2017

Smart car, smart business model

Smart car, smart business model Connected, driverless vehicles are set to overhaul not just the automotive industry, but software, finance and telecommunications too. KPMG’s Alec McCullie tells us how. On 6 April, six convoys comprising more than a dozen trucks arrived in Rotterdam after driving across Europe. The remarkable thing? In each convoy, only one of the trucks had a driver in control on the motorway. The rest were driving themselves. Connected and autonomous cars are on a fast track to becoming the norm. In February, the... [Lire la suite]
02 août 2017

What is driving risk and why most apps DO NOT measure it although they seem to be interesting

What is driving risk and why most apps DO NOT measure it although they seem to be interesting Driving risk assessment is now of interest of : . telematics solutions providers . fleet managers (for prevention) . car insurers (for prevention, and UBI) A lot of applications then explain how they estimate driving risk. But, by the way, what is driving risk ? A lot of people seem to think that driving risk and accident are quite the same. If I observe accident, then I will learn and do stats and find a way to estimate driving risk.... [Lire la suite]
01 août 2017

The Future Trends of Usage Based Insurance and Telematics

The Future Trends of Usage Based Insurance and Telematics 3 Reasons Usage Based Insurance is Driving Global Telematics Market Growth It’s not hard to understand and forecast why usage based insurance (UBI) — otherwise known as behaviour-based insurance or pay-as-you-drive (PAYD) — is becoming popular among North American drivers and rest of the world. With improved governmental regulations and technology market penetration the industry estimates the automotive telematics market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 23 –... [Lire la suite]
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31 juillet 2017

Renault ARMs its Twizy EV with open-source architecture

Renault ARMs its Twizy EV with open-source architecture Automotive digital technology is spreading rapidly through the industry and among vehicle platforms. Premium EVs such as TeslaModels S and X, with semi-autonomous driving potential, signal what today’s technology promises. But it isn’t just the top-range products that are adopting such capabilities. Recently the Renault Nissan Alliance announced a collaboration with ARM, the semiconductor and software design company, to open the software and hardware... [Lire la suite]
30 juillet 2017

Global $62.52 Billion Advanced Driver Assistance System Market Forecast 2017-2025 - Adaptive Cruise Control is Expected to Repor

Global $62.52 Billion Advanced Driver Assistance System Market Forecast 2017-2025 - Adaptive Cruise Control is Expected to Report Highest Growth - Research and Markets he Global advanced driver assistance system adas market generated a revenue of $12014 Million in 2016 and is anticipated to contribute $62520 Million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 18.47%. Various reasons for growth of the ADAS market are increasing concerns and need for safety of driver, passengers, car and pedestrians, technological advancements, strict federal... [Lire la suite]
29 juillet 2017

IRU Position on Road Safety related Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

IRU Position on Road Safety related Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Clarification on the role of the driver and ADAS while operating a vehicle. I. ANALYSIS In recent decades vehicle manufacturers and their system suppliers have made great efforts to improve vehicle technology and traffic safety. One of the major improvements has been the introduction of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. 1. Definition Advanced Driver Assistance Systems have been designed to help the driver in the driving process with the aim of improving... [Lire la suite]
28 juillet 2017

How the advance of ADAS will force insurers to change their risk model

How the advance of ADAS will force insurers to change their risk model In May, both Euro NCAP and the Australasian New Car Assessment Program said they had found that low-speed autonomous emergency braking (AEB) technology leads to a 38% reduction in real-world, rear end crashes. The organisations said they'd make AEB technology a key metric in the safety rating of new vehicles. Insurers in the UK are already responding with lower rates for cars equipped with AEB. In May, Thatcham Research Group did a study in which it obtained... [Lire la suite]