06 décembre 2018

Disrupting the Car Insurance Industry

Disrupting the Car Insurance Industry The London-based start-up Cuvva competes with incumbents by making it easy for drivers to buy pay-as-you-go insurance. Disruptive ventures arise from mobile device ubiquity, data-powered AI and digital platforms that connect buyers and suppliers in new ways. They are reshaping industries such as transportation (e.g. Uber, Lyft, Didi Chuxing), hospitality (e.g. Airbnb, FlipKey), payment services (e.g. PayPal, TransferWise) and many more. Conservative by nature, the insurance industry has been... [Lire la suite]
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05 décembre 2018

Why artificial intelligence is disrupting both the automotive sector and its suppliers

Why artificial intelligence is disrupting both the automotive sector and its suppliers   Artificial intelligence will soon enable vehicles to control more driving scenarios, monitor driver attention and alert drivers to danger with reliability. These are some pretty major updates for an industry that hasn’t changed much in the last few decades. “A front-facing camera can discern where the driver is looking or, more importantly, where the driver is not looking,” said Tim Wong, one of the session’s speakers and a technical... [Lire la suite]
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04 décembre 2018

Global & China ADAS and Autonomous Driving OEMs Market Report 2018

Global & China ADAS and Autonomous Driving OEMs Market Report 2018 Globally, all major OEMs now develop ADAS and autonomous driving systems. Regionally, European and American OEMs take a lead in the development of autonomous driving, having achieved L2/L3 advanced driver assistance on large scale and expected to seal the accomplishment of L3/L4 autonomous driving around 2021; Japanese and South Korean OEMs hold a relatively conservative attitude to autonomous driving.  Take Toyota for example, it designs two development... [Lire la suite]
03 décembre 2018

Dashboard Camera Market Size

Dashboard Camera Market Size The global dashboard camera market was valued at USD 2245 million in 2017, and it is expected to reach USD 5148 million by 2023, registering a CAGR of 15.4%, during the forecast period of 2018-2023.    The dashboard camera market has developed rapidly over the last few years, due to the rise in number of accidents & thefts along with mandatory installation of dash cams in some countries. The dashboard camera are different from the first cameras found on police cars in the late... [Lire la suite]
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02 décembre 2018

Gemalto study reveals the need for trusted mobility services in connected cars

Gemalto study reveals the need for trusted mobility services in connected cars   Over a third of consumers surveyed in the UK, US, Germany, France and Russia (37%) now think it is likely t​hat driverless cars will be the main form of transport in ten years' time, according to new research released by Gema​lto, the world leader in digital security. However, since more than half of respondents would not currently trust driverless technology, manufacturers and technology partners in the automotive ecosystem will, if they want to... [Lire la suite]
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01 décembre 2018

Path to Autonomous Driving Begins with Consumer and ADAS Adoption

Path to Autonomous Driving Begins with Consumer and ADAS Adoption It’s no secret the race to fully autonomous vehicles is on, and it’s changing the way we utilize transportation globally. But the path to get there relies heavily on two foundational elements – widespread adoption of technological advances such as advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and large-scale consumer acceptance of this technology. In recent decades, consumers have witnessed technological advances that have shifted the way they live their everyday lives.... [Lire la suite]

30 novembre 2018

Second-hand connected car data drama could be a GDPR minefield

Second-hand connected car data drama could be a GDPR minefield What are the implications under GDPR of a previous owner retaining access to data and control of a connected car after it is sold on? Although El Reg's initial story on the topic focused on the experience of two Jaguar Land Rover owners and the car maker's response, it has become clear this is an industry-wide issue and cars from BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Nissan are also affected. Previous owners still have access to data and controls even after the car... [Lire la suite]
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29 novembre 2018

Sharp Growth In Autonomous Car Market Value Predicted But May Be Stalled By Rise In Consumer Fear

Sharp Growth In Autonomous Car Market Value Predicted But May Be Stalled By Rise In Consumer Fear While recent surveys reveal fear of driving or riding in self-driving vehicles is on the rise, a new study predicts the value of the global autonomous vehicle market will grow more than tenfold from 2019 to 2026. The study from Portland, Ore.-based Allied Market Research  concludes  the global market for autonomous vehicles will be worth $54.23 billion in 2019 and increase to $556.67 billion by 2026 with... [Lire la suite]
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28 novembre 2018

Advances in ADAS – Getting Closer to the Self-Driving Car

Advances in ADAS – Getting Closer to the Self-Driving Car Automobile manufacturers are constantly making improvements to the design of cars, creating an experience that is safer and more comfortable with each new model. In the last number of years we have seen a defined move towards more technology in our cars, designed to make it easier to drive. This year’s CES was notable not only for the amount of automobile manufacturers in attendance, but also the fact that nearly all of them had a version of a self-driving car, prompting... [Lire la suite]
27 novembre 2018

Driverless taxi debuts in Tokyo in 'world first' trial ahead of Olympics

Driverless taxi debuts in Tokyo in 'world first' trial ahead of Olympics A self-driving taxi has successfully taken paying passengers through the busy streets of Tokyo, raising the prospect that the service will be ready in time to ferry athletes and tourists between sports venues and the city centre during the 2020 Summer Olympics. ZMP, a developer of autonomous driving technology, and the taxi company Hinomaru Kotsu, claim that the road tests, which began this week, are the first in the world to involve driverless... [Lire la suite]
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