09 novembre 2016

The Future Of Driverless Cars: A Roadmap

The Future Of Driverless Cars: A Roadmap The vehicles are coming in droves, and the drivers are conspicuously missing. Driverless cars, also known as connected autonomous vehicles—or CAVs to industry insiders—will eventually navigate themselves with no human input, making driving so different that it might someday be called something else. Auto manufacturers are already promising lounges on wheels, where amenities will carry new importance. In an earlier CenturyLinkVoice story about the commute of the future, experts said... [Lire la suite]

15 septembre 2016

CES 2017 in Las Vegas : registration open, a lot of driverless technologies will be shown

CES 2017 in Las Vegas : registration open, a lot of driverless technologies will be shown In January 2017 Check https://www.ces.tech/
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13 septembre 2016

Uber's autonomous vehicles spotted on San Francisco streets

Uber's autonomous vehicles spotted on San Francisco streets The future has been seen rolling the streets of San Francisco. SFist spotted multiple test runs of Uber’s autonomous vehicles all over the city, including near Alamo Square. The cars were labeled with Uber ATC, the rideshare company’s Pittsburgh-based division charged with developing long-term technology, like autonomy. Public tests of Uber’s autonomous vehicles have already been seen in Pittsburgh where the company has offered free rides in its... [Lire la suite]
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09 septembre 2016

Autonomous driving levels 0 to 5: Understanding the differences

Autonomous driving levels 0 to 5 : Understanding the differences The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration defined five different levels for self-driving cars, ranging from complete driver control to complete autonomy. Here's a primer. Between the buzz over self-driving cars at CES 2016 and the Obama administration's announcement to invest almost $4 billion in autonomous vehicle research over the next 10 years, the race to create the best self-driving car has never been hotter. And, the rise of... [Lire la suite]
08 septembre 2016

First driverless taxi hits the streets of Singapore

First driverless taxi hits the streets of Singapore The first driverless taxi began work on Thursday in a limited public trial on the streets of Singapore.     Developer nuTonomy invited a select group of people to download their app and ride for free in its "robo-taxi" in a western Singapore hi-tech business district, hoping to get feedback ahead of a planned full launch of the service in 2018. "This is really a moment in history that's going to change how cities are built, how we really look at our surroundings,"... [Lire la suite]
02 septembre 2016

Toyota, Tesla or Google: who's spending the most on artificial intelligence in the car industry?

Toyota, Tesla or Google: who's spending the most on artificial intelligence in the car industry?   Which businesses are investing in artificial intelligence? Read how artificial intelligence will change the car industry, and other sectors, as we know it.   Toyota has put $1 billion (£663 million) aside for a Silicon Valley artificial intelligence and robotics research unit to further its driverless car technologies, but is it enough to take Elon Musk's crown as the biggest tech spender in the car industry? The... [Lire la suite]

26 août 2016

Opposite strategies fuel driverless car development

credit photo : John F. Martin / Delphi Automotive Automakers are on two separate paths to creating self-driving cars. Some, like General Motors Co. and Ford Motor Co., have enough cash reserves that they are developing their own proprietary autonomous systems in close partnership with technology companies. Others are waiting to buy off-the-shelf systems like the fully autonomous one announced by Delphi Automotive PLC and Mobileye NV, which they said Tuesday will be ready for any automaker to purchase by 2019. Both approaches have... [Lire la suite]
12 août 2016

Google Self-Driving Car Exec Talks Fatal Tesla Crash

Google Self-Driving Car Exec Talks Fatal Tesla Crash Google has finally broken its silence on the fatal Tesla crash that killed 40-year-old Joshua Brown. And it seems Google is blaming both Brown and Tesla for what tragically occurred. In an interview with Bloomberg, John Krafcik, CEO of Google’s Self-Driving Car Project, called what happened on May 7, 2016 in Williston, Fla. “a tragedy.” But Krafcik also pointed out that Brown was “one of probably a hundred or so people who died that day in automotive fatalities, in... [Lire la suite]
03 août 2016

BMW promises fully driverless cars by 2021

BMW promises fully driverless cars by 2021 BMW has teamed with two leading tech companies to deliver fully self-driving vehicles in 2021. The partnership, which involves Intel (INTC, Tech30) and the Israeli computer vision companyMobileye (MBLY), will create an open platform for the next generation of vehicles. The companies will announce the news Friday at BMW's headquarters in Munich. BMW said the new iNEXT model will be the basis for future fleets of fully autonomous vehicles that will drive on both... [Lire la suite]
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16 juillet 2016

Trends and outlook of the auto electronics industry (by Deloitte)

Trends and outlook of the auto electronics industry (by Deloitte) Since 2010, the global auto market has featured quite a polarized development. The United States has begun to emerge from the economic crisis, while European countries are facing a debt crisis and excess production capacity. The major emerging markets have entered a stable stage after one or two years of explosive growth. (For these reasons,) the auto industry is experiencing a global capacity redesign to capture the new growth markets. At the same time, OEMs are... [Lire la suite]