17 décembre 2018

Improving Self-Driving Car Safety And Reliability With V2X Protocols

Improving Self-Driving Car Safety And Reliability With V2X Protocols A protocol that would help with self-driving cars is V2X or Vehicle-to-Everything. At the moment AI using machine learning techniques (deep learning) have been the focus of development for autonomous vehicle software. A communications protocol layer for self-driving cars can add further improvements for SAE Level 5 compliance. It is a protocol that supports V2V (Vehicle-to-Vehicle), V2I (Vehicle-to-Infrastructure), V2P (Vehicle-to-Pedestrian), V2H... [Lire la suite]
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16 décembre 2018

How safe is ADAS? Euro NCAP tests automated driving technology for first time

How safe is ADAS? Euro NCAP tests automated driving technology for first time As autonomous functions and advanced driver assistance system increase their presence in vehicles, the motoring safety organization Euro NCAP has put the driving technology to the test for the first time. To highlight how safe the systems actually are, Euro NCAP performed a set of three driving scenario tests on 10 vehicles that were using ‘highway assist systems’ – functions such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Centering and Speed Assist Systems to... [Lire la suite]
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15 décembre 2018

Global & China ADAS and Autonomous Driving OEMs Market Report 2018

Global & China ADAS and Autonomous Driving OEMs Market Report 2018 Globally, all major OEMs now develop ADAS and autonomous driving systems. Regionally, European and American OEMs take a lead in the development of autonomous driving, having achieved L2/L3 advanced driver assistance on large scale and expected to seal the accomplishment of L3/L4 autonomous driving around 2021; Japanese and South Korean OEMs hold a relatively conservative attitude to autonomous driving.  Take Toyota for example, it designs two development... [Lire la suite]
12 décembre 2018

Waymo, Cruise, Mobileye, and Tesla are all tackling self-driving cars in different ways — here's the breakdown

Waymo, Cruise, Mobileye, and Tesla are all tackling self-driving cars in different ways — here's the breakdown Waymo, Cruise, Intel/ Mobileye, and Tesla are the major contestants in the self-driving car race. Each has developed a different business model. Waymo and GM are using laser-radar technology, while Mobileye and Tesla are relying on cameras and sensors. We're quite close to witnessing the arrival of widespread self-driving technologies that consumers can actually experience. Alphabet's Waymo... [Lire la suite]
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11 décembre 2018

NEXYAD presenting a disruptive approach of real time driving risk assessment for car insurance, fleets, ADAS, autonomous driving

NEXYAD presenting a disruptive approach of real time driving risk assessment for car insurance, fleets, ADAS, autonomous driving The CEO of NEXYAD was a speaker in the car electronics congress CESA Automotive (5th and 5th of December 2018, in Versailles, France). The presentation was about the major difference between ADAS and Autonomous Driving mindsets, even if the skills (sensors, fusion, ...) are quite the same. In particular, was presented the graph tree of driving situations :   Then it was explained that... [Lire la suite]
04 décembre 2018

Global & China ADAS and Autonomous Driving OEMs Market Report 2018

Global & China ADAS and Autonomous Driving OEMs Market Report 2018 Globally, all major OEMs now develop ADAS and autonomous driving systems. Regionally, European and American OEMs take a lead in the development of autonomous driving, having achieved L2/L3 advanced driver assistance on large scale and expected to seal the accomplishment of L3/L4 autonomous driving around 2021; Japanese and South Korean OEMs hold a relatively conservative attitude to autonomous driving.  Take Toyota for example, it designs two development... [Lire la suite]

01 décembre 2018

Path to Autonomous Driving Begins with Consumer and ADAS Adoption

Path to Autonomous Driving Begins with Consumer and ADAS Adoption It’s no secret the race to fully autonomous vehicles is on, and it’s changing the way we utilize transportation globally. But the path to get there relies heavily on two foundational elements – widespread adoption of technological advances such as advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and large-scale consumer acceptance of this technology. In recent decades, consumers have witnessed technological advances that have shifted the way they live their everyday lives.... [Lire la suite]
27 novembre 2018

Driverless taxi debuts in Tokyo in 'world first' trial ahead of Olympics

Driverless taxi debuts in Tokyo in 'world first' trial ahead of Olympics A self-driving taxi has successfully taken paying passengers through the busy streets of Tokyo, raising the prospect that the service will be ready in time to ferry athletes and tourists between sports venues and the city centre during the 2020 Summer Olympics. ZMP, a developer of autonomous driving technology, and the taxi company Hinomaru Kotsu, claim that the road tests, which began this week, are the first in the world to involve driverless... [Lire la suite]
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13 novembre 2018

ADAS and Autonomous Driving Technology in Trucks and Commercial Vehicles

ADAS and Autonomous Driving Technology in Trucks and Commercial Vehicles A wide variety of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) have enjoyed impressive growth in consumer vehicles, progressing from being  the preserve of luxury vehicles to being offered in sub-US$500 packages by mass-market players such as Toyota. Simultaneously, the capacities of these systems have expanded, with combined functions allowing the first glimpses of automation in production vehicles. At the same time, however, the market for commercial ADAS... [Lire la suite]
11 novembre 2018

To Make Self-Driving Cars Safe, We Also Need Better Roads and Infrastructure

To Make Self-Driving Cars Safe, We Also Need Better Roads and Infrastructure The big question around self-driving cars, for many people, is: When will the technology be ready? In other words, when will autonomous vehicles be safe enough to operate on their own? But there has been far less attention paid to two equally important questions: When will the driving environment be ready to accommodate self-driving cars? And where will this technology work best? Self-driving cars are the most challenging automation project ever... [Lire la suite]