03 janvier 2016

Who are the Biggest Names in the Driverless Car Trend ?

Who are the Biggest Names in the Driverless Car Trend? August 19, 2015, 05:22:00 PM EDT By Madeleine Johnson, Zacks.com What we traditionally think of cars-how they work and what powers them-is undergoing a dramatic change, both in aesthetic as well as functionality. Cars, once largely mechanical machines controlled by humans, are increasingly utilizing complex technology that is taking over many of the driver-related functions. Cars are now becoming driverless. By definition, an autonomous vehicle is a car that is... [Lire la suite]

24 décembre 2015

SafetyNex and RoadNex on smartphones : NEXYAD announced road safety estimation and intelligent road detection for everyone

The Company NEXYAD has been developing modules for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Autonomous Vehicle. Some of those modules are already under shifting into electronic device of a Tier One Company. NEXYAD also announced that un 2016, those modules will be available on smart phones : advanced perception and artificial intelligence tohelp every driver in potentially dangerous situations. RoadNex demo :   SafetyNex demo :     To read more and watch more videos : . RoadNex... [Lire la suite]
23 décembre 2015

Driverless-Car Global Market Seen Reaching $42 Billion by 2025

by Jeff Green Vehicles that drive themselves on the freeway or take over in traffic jams may be on the road in large numbers by 2017 and autonomous cars might create a $42 billion market for the technology by 2025, Boston Consulting Group said. Self-driving cars, building on technology already available in many luxury vehicles, will be able to navigate crowded city streets by 2022 and may be a quarter of worldwide auto sales by 2035, the firm said today, citing interviews with industry executives and consumer surveys. Japan and... [Lire la suite]
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22 décembre 2015

ADAS DESIGN METHOD BASED ON REAL WORLD DRIVING

Delphine Dubart, Mohamed Kassaagi, Michèle Moessinger, Laboratory of Accidentology, Biomechanics and human behavior Maëlle Lefort, Gist France Paper Number 07-0221   ABSTRACT  Recent cars are more and more equipped with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The design of useful and safe ADAS requires real driving behavior data in particular for their specification and their tune-up. Our study is focused on the improvement of adaptive cruise control (ACC) design. The specification of such a system requires drivers’... [Lire la suite]
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16 décembre 2015

Laser Breakthrough Could Speed the Rise of Self-Driving Cars

Google's self-driving car relies on a roof-mounted LIDAR sensor to see the world around it.   The eyes of a self-driving car are called LIDAR sensors. LIDAR is a portmanteau of “light” and “radar.” In essence, these sensors monitor their surroundings by shining a light on an object and measuring the time needed for it to bounce back. They work well enough, but they aren’t without their drawbacks. Today’s self-driving cars typically use LIDARs that are quite large and expensive. Google, for instance, used $80,000 LIDARs with... [Lire la suite]
15 décembre 2015

2015 Market Research Report on Global Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) Industry

<2015 Market Research Report on Global Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) Industry> is a professional and deep research report in this field. For overview analysis, the report introduces Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) basic information including definition, classification, application, industry chain structure, industry overview, policy analysis, and news analysis, etc. For international and China market analysis, the report analyzes Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) markets in China and other countries or... [Lire la suite]

13 décembre 2015

Partially-Autonomous Kia By 2020 (Fully-Autonomous By 2030)

Autonomous Kia Soul EV credit photo Kia Autonomous Kia Soul EV Kia Motors announced a plan of introducing partially-autonomous driving technologiesby 2020, with fully-autonomous to be ready by 2030. The initial stage of development – for new ADAS – will be powered by an investment of $2 billion by 2018. Tae-Won Lim, Vice President, Central Advanced Research and Engineering Institute of Hyundai Motor Group, commented: “Fully-autonomous vehicles are still some way off, and a great deal of research and rigorous product... [Lire la suite]
10 décembre 2015

Researcher Hacks Self-driving Car Sensors

By Mark Harris The multi-thousand-dollar laser ranging (lidar) systems that most self-driving cars rely on to sense obstacles can be hacked by a setup costing just $60, according to a security researcher. “I can take echoes of a fake car and put them at any location I want,” says Jonathan Petit, Principal Scientist at Security Innovation, a software security company. “And I can do the same with a pedestrian or a wall.” Using such a system, attackers could trick a self-driving car into thinking something is directly... [Lire la suite]
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08 décembre 2015

Automotive Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Market 2015-2025 - Reportlinker Review

The Next Step Towards Autonomous, Self-Driving & Driverless Cars In many ways, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are the first step on the road to semi-autonomous or fully-autonomous self-driving and driverless vehicles. In 2015, Park Assistance, Surround-View Cameras, and Adaptive Cruise Control applications dominate the ADAS market; however, the penetration into passenger cars is relatively low despite the increasing rate of installations into the premium car segment manufacturers.Often these are fitted in isolation,... [Lire la suite]
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06 décembre 2015

Top misconceptions of autonomous cars and self-driving vehicles

Self-driving cars are a rapidly evolving technology which only a few years ago was still considered science fiction. In such a dynamic context, quick intuitions can be very misleading and misconceptions about the technology, its impact, and the nature of the innovation process abound. In the following we address some of the most widely held misconceptions about autonomous vehicles: Top misconceptions Driver assistance systems will evolve gradually into fully autonomous cars The first models of fully autonomous cars will be... [Lire la suite]