05 juin 2020

Self driving Cars and Trucks Market Size, Share & Trends

Self driving Cars and Trucks Market Size, Share & Trends The global self‑driving cars and trucks market size is expected to be approximately 6.7 thousand units in 2020 and is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 63.1% from 2021 to 2030. Self-drive cars, also known as autonomous vehicles, are a key innovation in the automotive industry. These vehicles have high growth potential and are acting as a catalyst in technological developments of automobiles. Development of a supportive regulatory framework, government funding, and... [Lire la suite]
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04 mai 2020

Snooze mobiles: how vibrations in cars make drivers sleepy

Snooze mobiles: how vibrations in cars make drivers sleepy New research has found the natural vibrations of cars make people sleepier, affecting concentration and alertness levels just 15 minutes after drivers get behind the wheel. With about 20 per cent of fatal road crashes involving driver fatigue, RMIT University researchers hope their findings can be used by manufacturers to improve car seat designs to help keep drivers awake. Professor Stephen Robinson said the effects of physical vibration on drivers were not... [Lire la suite]
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07 février 2020

5G enables connected and driverless cars

5G enables connected and driverless cars The cellular V2X technology aided by 5G networks is all set to raise the game for vehicle connectivity while it complements ADAS sensors and self-driving features   5G wireless, a global standard for mobile communications over the next decade, is making a foray into an exciting new frontier: collaboration between automotive and communication industries. The automated driving applications encompass unique connectivity requirements, and here, 5G stands out with a combination of ubiquitous... [Lire la suite]
26 décembre 2019

Elon Musk Promises a Really Truly Self-Driving Tesla in 2020

Elon Musk Promises a Really Truly Self-Driving Tesla in 2020 Elon Musk is no stranger to bold predictions, and on Tuesday he lobbed another one at self-driving tech doubters: The Tesla CEO said the electric car maker’s full self-driving feature will be completed by the end of 2019. And by the end of 2020, he added, it will be so capable, you’ll be able to snooze in the driver’s seat while it takes you from your parking lot to wherever you’re going. “I think we will be ‘feature-complete’ on full... [Lire la suite]
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15 décembre 2019

Opinion | Why driverless cars make sense for India

Opinion | Why driverless cars make sense for India More than two years back, the then minister for road transport and highways Nitin Gadkari, said driverless cars will not be allowed in India because the government is not going to promote any technology that comes at the cost of jobs. On Wednesday, in his second innings as a minister holding the same portfolio, Gadkari simply reiterated this stance. His argument was similar to what he said two years back -- the country has 40 lakh drivers and there is a shortage of 25... [Lire la suite]
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30 juillet 2019

THREE INSURANCE INNOVATIONS TO WATCH RIGHT NOW

THREE INSURANCE INNOVATIONS TO WATCH RIGHT NOW Every year, insurers impress judges and their industry peers with their inventive ideas at the Efma-Accenture Innovation in Insurance Awards. Three organizations have already earned monthly innovation awards, demonstrating customer-centric approaches to building technology solutions for the digital age. Customer expectations are changing in the insurance industry. Customers expect more—more convenience, more personalized services, more solutions for the changing transportation,... [Lire la suite]
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05 mai 2019

ROI of car and truck telematics deployment : disruption

ROI of car and truck telematics deployment : disruption Now there is a buzz about telematics devices and onboard smartphone Apps, even Dashcams, with applications to fleet management, motor insurance pricing, etc. Features are geolocation, predictive maintenance, eco-driving scoring, driving risk assessment ... All those features may bring a Return On Investment (ROI), but in the long term only. And long term (a few years) is not easy to predict. It is one reason why we hear so much but we see few real large scale deployments. ... [Lire la suite]
15 avril 2019

Looking Ahead to 2019: The Future of Telematics

Looking Ahead to 2019: The Future of Telematics There can be little argument that telematics is one of the top technological developments in the history of fleet management. With the technology becoming ubiquitous among fleets, there’s also little doubt that telematics — in whatever direction it evolves — is here to stay. And evolution is a mainstay of telematics. Like much of today’s digital technology, telematics never seems to stand still. There always seems to be something new just on the horizon.So, as we’re nearing the end of... [Lire la suite]
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04 avril 2019

CES 2019 Cools on Self-Driving; Digital Cockpits, V2X & In-Vehicle Shopping Drive Mobility Market

CES 2019 Cools on Self-Driving; Digital Cockpits, V2X & In-Vehicle Shopping Drive Mobility Market Each year global automakers, component manufacturers and tech companies flock to Las Vegas to promote their visions of future mobility at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Consulting firm McKinsey & Company defines mobility as “the market that includes public and private passenger transport as well as the transportation of goods” It’s a huge and diverse arena, where AI and 5G are disrupting established industries... [Lire la suite]
10 février 2019

How can humans understand their automated cars? HMI principles, problems and solutions

How can humans understand their automated cars? HMI principles, problems and solutions As long as vehicles do not provide full automation, the design and function of the Human Machine Interface (HMI) is crucial for ensuring that the human “driver” and the vehicle-based automated systems collaborate in a safe manner. When the driver is decoupled from active control, the design of the HMI becomes even more critical. Without mutual understanding, the two agents (human and vehicle) will fail to accurately comprehend each other’s... [Lire la suite]