01 mai 2016

When drivers become passengers: the psychological impact of autonomous cars

Get in the car. Fasten your seat belt. Turn it on, and prepare to let the technology take over. You’re about to be driven where you need to go, and that time you used to spend checking your blind spots, weaving in and out of traffic and waiting at stop signs has been handed back to you. Now what? As the world gets closer to autonomous or self-driving vehicles, how we choose to occupy ourselves could have a major bearing on the speed at which we’re comfortable traveling. In fact, recent research from Imperial College London suggests... [Lire la suite]

30 avril 2016

Singapore tests !

  Autonomous vehicle trials to hit public areas including Gardens by the Bay soonSINGAPORE - Singapore is embarking on a series of real-life trials to prepare for the day when driverless vehicles become as ubiquitous as smartphones. The Transport Ministry on Monday (Oct 12) signed two memoranda of understanding - one with PSA to jointly develop autonomous truck platooning technology for cargo transport between terminals and another with Sentosa Development Corp and ST Engineering to test self-driving shuttles across... [Lire la suite]
30 avril 2016

Artificial Intelligence for Robotics Programming a Robotic Car

Course Summary   Learn how to program all the major systems of a robotic car from the leader of Google and Stanford's autonomous driving teams. This class will teach you basic methods in Artificial Intelligence, including: probabilistic inference, planning and search, localization, tracking and control, all with a focus on robotics. Extensive programming examples and assignments will apply these methods in the context of building self-driving cars. This course is offered as part of the Georgia Tech Masters in Computer... [Lire la suite]
29 avril 2016

The Internet of Cars: What racing ahead with connected vehicles means for UK SMEs

The Internet of Cars: What racing ahead with connected vehicles means for UK SMEs 17 February 2016 · By Alexander Nicholson Belief that driverless vehicles could soon accelerate off the pages of science fiction and into our every day lives has become a serious likelihood for 2016, so we’ve looked at what these means for the UK’s businesses. At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, autonomous vehicles were the hot topic as nine major automakers exhibited there. GPU chip maker Nvidia kicked off the week’s... [Lire la suite]
28 avril 2016

Volvo will test in London its autonomous driverless car

The live test "will start early in 2017 with a limited number of semi-autonomous cars and will expand in 2018 to include up to 100 autonomous cars, making it the most extensive test program on British roads" said the brand in a statement.London is the second city chosen by Volvo to launch these vehicles, after Gothenburg, where it has its headquarters and where the general public tests should also start next year. Tests supervised by Volvo engineers began on the streets of the Swedish second agglomeration 2014. Volvo is a member, with... [Lire la suite]
28 avril 2016

Toward the autonomous bus

  The Rise of the Robo-BusThe world is getting excited about autonomous cars, in addition to the application of autonomous driving technology to cars there are many opportunities in heavy duty vehicles. A major example of this is the humble bus, the back bone of our public transport infrastructure.https://www.linkedin.com  
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28 avril 2016

Autonomous vehicle tests in France

  Autonomous Car: tests will take place on the roads of France European Transport ministers, including French Alain Vidal, want to go further in testing the car without a driver. It is a privilege for now reserved to a few specialists who will soon be open to the uninitiated. "The next step in the testing of autonomous vehicle, is to give the wheel to lambdas users. Read more in french : http://www.journaldunet.com  
28 avril 2016

CONNECTED CAR GUIDE

CONNECTED CAR GUIDE Advanced driver assistance systems Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are additional electronic systems in motor vehicles supporting the driver in certain driving situations. They often focus on safety aspects or on increased driving convenience. Automated driving Automated driving describes the autonomous operation of a computer-controlled vehicle in road traffic. An autonomous vehicle is one that navigates independently (that is, without support from human beings). Such vehicles use various... [Lire la suite]
27 avril 2016

Driverless cars are soon a reality

  The autonomous vehicle seems engaged on a fast track. For years, the driving assistance devices were preparing the ground. Today, the development of a fully autonomous vehicle - a robot equipped with analytical and management capabilities without human intervention - becomes a credible medium-term perspective. Read more in french: http://www.strategie.gouv.fr  
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27 avril 2016

Renault unveils its autonomous car-centric user experience

  The French manufacturer also announced at the EU summit on the vehicle without a driver it would introduce before 2020 autonomous features in its vehicles. Two years it was overdue. Renault finally emerges from his workshop a first autonomous car adorned for public roads, having unveiled the concept car and connected autonomous Next Two in 2014. Read more in french : http://www.journaldunet.com  
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