18 mai 2016

Nicolas du LAC, of INTEMPORA, speaker at ACTIVE SAFETY EUROPE congress in MUNICH (presenting Groupement ADAS skills)

Nicolas du LAC, of INTEMPORA, speaker at ACTIVE SAFETY EUROPE congress in MUNICH (presenting Groupement ADAS skills) Here is Nicolas du LAC, head of French SME INTEMPORA, prenseting skills of MOVEO Groupement ADAS in the field of ADAS validation.   This is ACTIVE SAFETY EUROPE Congress, 2016 May 18, in MUNICH

18 mai 2016

ResearchInChina on ADAS Transition to Stereo Cameras

ResearchInChina on ADAS Transition to Stereo Cameras ResearchInChina's "Global and China Vision ADAS Industry Report, 2015-2020" report forecasts that ADAS systems will adapt stereo cameras and abandon mono ones:"Camera-based vision ADAS systems can be divided into several categories of applications: 1) Lane Detection, i.e., LDW/LKA/LCA (Lane Centering Assist) to prevent the car from deviating in the working state of either ACC or TJA (Traffic Jam Assist); 2) Obstacles Detection and Recognition, i.e., FCW (Forward Collision... [Lire la suite]
17 mai 2016

NEXYAD and INTEMPORA in MUNICH at the European Active Safety congress

NEXYAD and INTEMPORA in MUNICH at the European Active Safety congress  NEXYAD and INTEMPORA, members of the Moveo Groupement ADAS are together on a booth at the European Safety congress,in Munich.  
17 mai 2016

NEWSLETTER OF NEXYAD : ADAS & CONNECTED CARS

NEWSLETTER OF NEXYAD : ADAS & CONNECTED CARS Here is the newsletter of NEXYAD Automotive & Transportation. Index : . Connected car insurance Europe symposium, in London : a report on this symposium with  presentation of the exhibitors, pictures, .... Robustness of RoadNex V2.3 : road detection using RoadNex in bad conditions (lack of  road signes, desert track, sun reflection in front of the car, fog, ...). Future presence of NEXYAD on congresses & exhibitions NEXYAD is member of MOV'EO Groupement ADAS. read... [Lire la suite]
16 mai 2016

We finally know what comes after the smartphone

We finally know what comes after the smartphone I'm very sorry, but you have to learn two new technology acronyms today: IoT and ADAS. Neither is elegant, both are important. Yesterday was "CES Day Zero," otherwise known as press day. It's when all the major tech companies presenting at the show make their big keynote presentations and unveil the product lineups for the next months — if not the entire year. The CEOs of LG, Samsung, Panasonic, Sony, and Mercedes strode across their respective stages and made grand pronouncements... [Lire la suite]
15 mai 2016

AI Is Transforming Google Search. The Rest of the Web Is Next

AI Is Transforming Google Search. The Rest of the Web Is Next Giannandrea, you see, oversees Google’s work in artificial intelligence. This includes deep neural networks, networks of hardware and software that approximate the web of neurons in the human brain. By analyzing vast amounts of digital data, these neural nets can learn all sorts of useful tasks, like identifying photos, recognizing commands spoken into a smartphone, and, as it turns out, responding to Internet search queries. In some cases, they can learn a task... [Lire la suite]

14 mai 2016

Legal Developments in Connected Car Arena Provide Glimpse of Privacy and Data Security Regulation in Internet of Things

Legal Developments in Connected Car Arena Provide Glimpse of Privacy and Data Security Regulation in Internet of Things With the holiday season in the rear view, automobiles equipped with the newest technology connecting carmakers with their vehicles, vehicles with the world around them, and drivers with the consumer marketplace – Connected Cars – have moved from the lots to driveways. Automakers are remaking their fleets to offer unprecedented choice and convenience to drivers. However, as recent studies have shown, the connectivity... [Lire la suite]
13 mai 2016

Can Drivers Assist Their Own Driver Assistance Systems?

Can Drivers Assist Their Own Driver Assistance Systems? Until cars can take over the driving entirely, we humans will just have to share the job with them, exploiting the strengths and masking the weaknesses peculiar to each side—carbon and silicon. The biggest human weakness may well be our tendency to be lulled into complacency by robots that drive perfectly almost, but not quite all, of the time. One of the biggest machine weaknesses is in making certain judgment calls. (They’re not great at spotting potholes, for... [Lire la suite]
12 mai 2016

Self-driving cars: The next revolution (by KPMG)

Self-driving cars: The next revolution (by KPMG) The Status Quo: The High Cost of Mobility The desire to go where we want whenever we want has been a powerful market force for centuries. And the automotive industry has been—and continues to be—a critical component of the U.S. economy, employing 1.7 million people (across manufacturers, suppliers, and dealers) and providing $500 billion in annual compensation, as well as accounting for approximately 3 percent of GDP.2 But mobility is increasingly expensive and inefficient. First, of... [Lire la suite]
11 mai 2016

5 Robot Trends to Watch for in 2016 the autonomous car should take into account

5 Robot Trends to Watch for in 2016 the autonomous car should take into account Will this year mark the first drone delivery, or the first time you encounter a robot at work or in your home? We saw significant advancements in robotics and artificial intelligence in 2015 (see “What Robots and AI Learned in 2015”). Here’s what we’re watching closely in 2016. China’s robot revolution The world’s largest economy has embarked on an audacious effort to fill its factories with advanced manufacturing robots. The government of China... [Lire la suite]