09 janvier 2018

Mobileye wins 2018 contract for next gen ADAS camera system-on-chip

Mobileye wins 2018 contract for next gen ADAS camera system-on-chip Mobileye, a designer and developer of camera-based Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) to the automotive industry, has introduced its 4th generation system-on-chip, the EyeQ4. Leveraging expertise in designing computer-vision specific cores for over 15 years, the EyeQ4 consists of 14 computing cores out of which 10 are specialized vector accelerators with extremely high utilization for visual processing and understanding. The first design win for EyeQ4 in... [Lire la suite]
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08 janvier 2018

Collision-free, emission-free driving – no zero-sum game

Crash data reports make for sombre reading. The latest to be published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) shows that 37,461 lives were lost on US roads in 2016, marking a 5.6% increase from 2015 and the second consecutive year of rising fatalities. In Europe, 25,670 people died in road traffic-related collisions according to statistics from the European Transport Safety Council. While this represents a 2% decrease compared to the previous year, it is still a long way from the target set by the European... [Lire la suite]
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08 janvier 2018

Innoviz debuts an aftermarket LiDAR product for self-driving car development

Innoviz debuts an aftermarket LiDAR product for self-driving car development LiDAR is a key ingredient in the overall sensing package required to make autonomous cars a reality (though Tesla would disagree), but it’s also prohibitively expensive, especially for companies just starting out, and researchers not tied to companies with deep pockets. That’s why Innoviz has created a new aftermarket LiDAR unit offering good performance at more budget-friendly prices, set to go into mass production starting early next year. The solution... [Lire la suite]
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07 janvier 2018

Hudly is an aftermarket HUD that can mirror your smartphone

Hudly is an aftermarket HUD that can mirror your smartphone Heads-up displays or HUDs are one of the best features in newer vehicles, as they allow drivers to keep their eyes focused on the road instead of on their in-dash navigation or their smartphone running Google Maps. Now, Hudly is looking to bring that technology to drivers whose vehicles don't currently support the feature with its aftermarket HUD. Hudly is a three-part system featuring a projector, transparent display, and a plug-in for the OBD-II Data Link Connector,... [Lire la suite]
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06 janvier 2018

Older Drivers’ Acceptance of In-vehicle Systems and the Effect it has on Safety

Older Drivers’ Acceptance of In-vehicle Systems and the Effect it has on Safety Drivers over the age of 65 make up the fastest growing segment of the driving population and are, in general, underrepresented in vehicle crashes due to their self-restrictive driving habits. However, as the baby-boomer generation ages into the population of older drivers, the presence of in-vehicle systems designed to counteract the physical and psychological changes of aging, could change their habits. Using a literature review to identify systems,... [Lire la suite]
05 janvier 2018

Autonomous Vehicles: Risk Management Issues and Concerns

Autonomous Vehicles: Risk Management Issues and Concerns No new technology comes without its drawbacks. As these autonomous vehicles are released into the market, what could go wrong? Several factors will need to be considered: cyber security, the shift in liability, and changes in underwriting to keep current with technology trends. New Cyber Security Risks It Comes Down to Control The link between cyber security and cars is a new concept, and it’s one that should not be underestimated. Here is an illustration. In July 2015, two... [Lire la suite]
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04 janvier 2018

Self-Driving Technology

Self-Driving Technology Location: LVCC, North PlazaExplore the road to driverless mobility through ride-and-drive experiences at the Self-Driving Technology Marketplace. Test drive a variety of technologies that support the future of self-driving cars, including parking assist, collision avoidance, emergency braking and much more. Self-Driving Technology Marketplace Exhibitors See who will exhibit at the CES 2018 Self-Driving Technology Marketplace. View exhibitors. >  CES 2017 Media Coverage ... [Lire la suite]
03 janvier 2018

5 Companies Working On Driverless Shuttles And Buses

5 Companies Working On Driverless Shuttles And Buses As an alternative to building fully autonomous passenger cars, a number of private companies are working to field self-driving electric shuttles and buses. Momentum in auto tech is at an all-time high, with investors funding private startups in the field at a record pace. Of course, much of the buzz has revolved around autonomous driving software, with startups like Zoox seeing $200M funding rounds, tech corporates looking to capitalize, and major automakers working... [Lire la suite]
02 janvier 2018

CES 2018 participation and season's greetings

  Dear Readers, The ADAS groupement wishes you all the best for the new coming year. The past year nearly 24 000 visitors came by our blog to learn about automated and connected vehicles. The target for 2018 is very high and we will continue to share our passion about autonomous cars and the fast changing field of ADAS. Also, as revealed in december, the groupement ADAS will be at Las Vegas from the 9th and the 12th of January. We really enjoy participating this new issue of the CES exhibition! You can meet our experts... [Lire la suite]
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02 janvier 2018

Pathway to Driverless Cars: Proposals to support advanced driver assistance systems and automated vehicle technologies

Pathway to Driverless Cars: Proposals to support advanced driver assistance systems and automated vehicle technologies Automated vehicle technology will profoundly change the way we travel, making road transport safer, smoother, and smarter. We are on the pathway to driverless cars, where fully automated vehicles will transport people and goods to their destination without any need for a driver. The Government wants to secure the UK’s position at the forefront of this change for the development, construction, and use of automated... [Lire la suite]