27 septembre 2017

ENOVA round table in Paris on ADAS, CONNECTED CAR, and SELF-DRIVING CAR

ENOVA round table in Paris on ADAS, CONNECTED CAR, and SELF-DRIVING CAR   On the above picture, from left to right : . Vincent ABADIE, Vice-President Expert Leader Autonomous Vehicle and ADAS, PSA Group . Jochen LANGHEIM, Vice-President advanced systems R&D programs, ST MICROELECTRONICS . Jean-François SENCERIN,  Autonomous Driving NFI/PFA Program Director, RENAULT . Gérard YAHIAOUI  CEO, NEXYAD . Guillaume DEVAUCHELLE, Vice-President Innovation, VALEO . Alain PIPERNO,  Expert Safety & Autonomous... [Lire la suite]

26 septembre 2017

Self-Driving Cars: Transforming Mobility For The Elderly And People With Disabilities

Self-Driving Cars: Transforming Mobility For The Elderly And People With Disabilities The federal government recently released guidance that will hasten the roll out of self-driving cars on American roads. The roads will not be filled with driverless cars tomorrow, but these smart, efficient vehicles are already operating in some cities and they will become widespread more quickly than most drivers think. Automakers and technology companies are making significant strides towards the connected car future. New sensor and... [Lire la suite]
25 septembre 2017

Auto Aftermarket Readies for Tech Advances

Auto Aftermarket Readies for Tech Advances The automotive industry is on the cusp of a revolution. Hardly a day goes by without a headline about advanced driver assistance technology and fully autonomous vehicles— and in April electric vehicle maker Tesla overtook General Motors by market capitalization. With ride-sharing platforms like Uber and Lyft, the entire business model of the transportation industry is changing. For now, at least, all that technology is having limited impact on investments in the aftermarket,... [Lire la suite]
24 septembre 2017

Connected & Self-driving Car Meetup #9 in Paris - Summary, Slideshare and Pictures

Connected & Self-driving Car Meetup #9 in Paris - Summary, Slideshare and Pictures A big thank you to all participants yesterday, on September 13, 2017, at Le Square (Renault's innovation lab in Paris) We enjoyed talking about passengers safety with Olivier Benel from Nexyad, and about vehicles and data security with Nabil Bouzerna of IRT SystemX. Finally, Jean-François Menier, lawyer at Elyos Avocats gave us a very interesting wrap-up presentation about the potential responsibility of a driver in the case of a connected /... [Lire la suite]
23 septembre 2017

Vehicle safety regulations and ADAS: tensions between law and technology

ADAS Safety Focus: Around View Systems Automobile safety has driven several key innovations over the years from anti-lock brakes to airbags. German automakers have been first to leverage many of the most advanced technologies to improve driver safety and the overall driving experience. For example, German vehicles were the first to offer active lane keeping assist, which introduces a vibration to the steering wheel when the driver veers from his lane. Then came side assist radar to help drivers safely change lanes. It alerts the... [Lire la suite]
22 septembre 2017

The New Auto Insurance Ecosystem: Telematics, Mobility and the Connected Car

The New Auto Insurance Ecosystem: Telematics, Mobility and the Connected Car With the increased use of mobile communications, the stage is set for property and casualty insurers to develop more meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships with policyholders. Nowhere is this more clear than in auto/motor insurance, where advances in machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, or telematics, are rippling across the marketplace, generating data to more precisely assess risk and reward for policyholders who adhere to safe driving... [Lire la suite]

21 septembre 2017

Are Driverless Cars An Auto Insurance Train Wreck?

Are Driverless Cars An Auto Insurance Train Wreck? Auto Insurers May Welcome Autonomous Cars as Accident Rates Fall Autonomous cars won’t eliminate auto-insurance premiums, even if they prove safer than human drivers, since accidents aren’t the only risk vehicles face. Auto fatalities are down 23% from 2006 to 2013, even as premiums climbed 9.8% to $186 billion and underwriting margins fell to negative 1.1% from 6.1%. Like other vehicles, autonomous cars would face perils such as storms and misuse, while complex liability... [Lire la suite]
20 septembre 2017

Smartphones, ADAS and the connected car

Smartphones, ADAS and the connected car Forget expensive pedestrian avoidance systems using embedded cameras and radars.   A new system being developed by General Motors explores how pedestrians’ smartphones could be used to alert drivers to potential collisions. And the broader automotive community is taking note. Automakers like Volvo and Toyota have unveiled pedestrian detection in the last few years, but those systems are based on refinements to in-car accident avoidance systems, such as vehicle-embedded cameras and... [Lire la suite]
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19 septembre 2017

Course Academic Chair : collaboration between MOVEO Groupement ADAS and INSA Rouen

Course Academic Chair : collaboration between MOVEO Groupement ADAS and INSA Rouen Groupement ADAS startups and SMEs send their expert to INSA Rouen to teach industrial ADAS aspects to future engineers of INSA Rouen Here is Gerard YAHIAOUI, CEO of NEXYAD, presenting 4 ADAS software modules (perception of the environment, and risk estimation) and focusing on the notion of real time risk assessment for car mobility, and all the applications (presentation of the module SafetyNex) : . insurance and fleets prevention programs, and UBI ... [Lire la suite]
18 septembre 2017

A ROADMAP TO SAFER DRIVING THROUGH ADVANCED DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS

A ROADMAP TO SAFER DRIVING THROUGH ADVANCED DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS On behalf of MEMA, The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) analyzed the available ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) technologies and concluded that if every vehicle on the road were equipped with them, the toll taken on society from vehicle accidents could be sharply reduced. Relatively few vehicles on the road today have these systems, however, and their penetration of the market is growing at only two to five percent annually. Since the vast majority of... [Lire la suite]