30 mai 2020

The State of the Self-Driving Car Race 2020

The State of the Self-Driving Car Race 2020 It turns out self-driving cars aren’t dissimilar from self-driving humans: It takes about 16 years for them to be ready for the road. Today, a generation removed from the seminal 2004 Darpa challenge in which the U.S. military launched a fleet of fledgling robot cars across the Mojave Desert, these machines are still trying to get their licenses. It’s taking much longer than initially promised, but analysts expect autonomous vehicles to mature quickly over the next decade. ... [Lire la suite]
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30 avril 2020

Tesla's robotaxi fleet will be 'functionally ready' in 2020, Musk says

Tesla's robotaxi fleet will be 'functionally ready' in 2020, Musk says   Last year during its Autonomy Investor Day, Tesla laid out the broad strokes of its plan for a fleet of autonomous Teslas to operate as a "robotaxi" service. Of course, at the time, this seemed like a flight of fancy, given the fact that no car manufacturer is even close to full, Level 5 autonomy, by the standard SAE definition. Fast-forward to now, and it still seems like a flight of fancy. Nevertheless, problems of... [Lire la suite]
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25 février 2020

Tesla: We’ll Have Full Self-Driving by 2020. Robo-Taxis, Too.

Tesla: We’ll Have Full Self-Driving by 2020. Robo-Taxis, Too. Teslas will be fully autonomous next year. The word, from Elon Musk, came just two days before a Tesla earnings-and-sales report that is not going to be kind to the company. The Tesla CEO and three Musk-eteers took to the stage Monday to announce fabulous, industry-leading breakthroughs in full self-driving (FSD) that will put Tesla cars and Tesla robo-taxis on the road as early as next year, in at least one market. The plan is to use two Tesla-designed chips that will... [Lire la suite]
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31 janvier 2020

First commercial deployment of C-V2X technology eyed in China by 2020

First commercial deployment of C-V2X technology eyed in China by 2020 The 5G Automotive Association (5GAA), a global, cross-industry organization from the automotive, technology, and telecommunications industries (ICT), is eyeing the first commercial deployment of Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) communication technology in China by 2020. “This will be followed swiftly in other regions when local regulations allow for it,” it said in a news release. C-V2X communication is the state-of-the-art, high-speed cellular... [Lire la suite]
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17 janvier 2020

CES 2020: Qualcomm Automotive unveils new autonomous driving platform

CES 2020: Qualcomm Automotive unveils new autonomous driving platform The chipmaker also introduced a new car-to-cloud services platform, as well as a new reference platform to advance Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) technology.   At the start of CES 2020, Qualcomm announced Snapdragon Ride, a new autonomous driving platform designed to scale across all levels of autonomy, from Level 1 and Level 2 vehicles that offer driver assistance to completely self-driving L5 vehicles. The Snapdragon Ride takes a holistic... [Lire la suite]
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06 janvier 2020

Radar coming to bikes in 2020

Radar coming to bikes in 2020 The world of safety for motorcycles and their riders has gone crazy in the last decade, with traction control now available on many new bikes, ABS now compulsory, and cornering ABS already fitted to some higher priced models from BMW, Ducati and KTM. But we haven’t had front and rear radar on bikes. Yet. All that is set to change when Ducati bring in the technology to motorcycles in 2020. The firm announced they have been developing a system they call ARAS, or Advanced Rider Assistance Systems,... [Lire la suite]
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29 avril 2019

Will Japan have self-driving cars on the road in time for the 2020 Olympics?

Will Japan have self-driving cars on the road in time for the 2020 Olympics? During the Tokyo Olympics, Toyota's e-Palette will be used to ferry competitors around the Athletes Village. BRENDAN MCALEER/THE GLOBE AND MAIL On the first of October, 1964, at precisely 10 a.m., two Hikari Super Express Shinkansen trains pulled into stations at Osaka and Tokyo, respectively. The bullet trains were right on time, and their arrival just weeks before the start of the summer Olympics marked a massive change in transportation for the... [Lire la suite]
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02 juillet 2018

China says half of its new cars will be AI-powered by 2020

China says half of its new cars will be AI-powered by 2020 SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China aims to implement artificial intelligence technology in at least half of all its new cars by 2020 and cover 90% of its big cities and highways with a wireless network that can support smart vehicles, its top state planner said on Friday. These goals are part of a draft for a national smart car strategy that the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) wants to seek public feedback for, it said in a statement. China is aiming to become... [Lire la suite]
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19 novembre 2017

AUTONOMOUS DRIVING & THE NEXT GENERATION OF TRANSPORT IN CHINA

AUTONOMOUS DRIVING & THE NEXT GENERATION OF TRANSPORT IN CHINA INTRODUCTION TO AUTONOMOUS DRIVING IN CHINA China has become the biggest vehicle manufacturer and market in the world since 2009. With decades of effort, China has built up a full system of production and supply of vehicles. As with the country itself, the growth of China’s auto industry has been remarkable. But its growth is expected to slow down under the context of “New Normal”. There is still a long way for China to go to become a leading country in the... [Lire la suite]
10 mars 2017

Global ADAS unit shipments in 2020, by OEM (in millions)

Global ADAS unit shipments in 2020, by OEM (in millions)   This statistic illustrates the projected global shipments of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) in cars in 2020, with a breakdown by original equipment manufacturer (OEM). Ford's ADAS shipments are expected to grow to around 14 million units in 2020. Read more : https://www.statista.com/statistics/430012/global-shipments-of-advanced-driver-assistance-systems-by-oem/