01 janvier 2018

Who will dominate the future of ADAS market?

Who will dominate the future of ADAS market? The global advanced driver assistance systems market was valued at USD 22.69 billion in 2015 and is projected to reach USD 78.19 billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 28.07% during the forecast period from 2015 to 2020 (Source: Mordor Intelligence). The demand for fuel-efficient vehicles along with an accelerating need for road safety systems will help to boost the global demand for ADAS significantly. Over the last few years, growing concern about automotive safety among... [Lire la suite]

07 juillet 2017

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Market to Hit 33.28 Billion USD in Asia-Pacific by 2020

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Market to Hit 33.28 Billion USD in Asia-Pacific by 2020 According to Market Research Report "Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Market Analysis - By Modules (ACC, TPMS, BSD, LDWS, FCMS, AEB); By Sensors (Image, RADAR, Laser); By Vehicle (Passenger, LCV, HCV) - With Forecast (2015 - 2020)" published by IndustryARC, the advanced driver assistance systems market is estimated to hit $33.28 Billion in Asia Pacific by 2020 at a high CAGR.     ... [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]
07 juin 2016

Interview: Continental CEO Elmar Degenhart On Charting The Company's Future In Connected Mobility

AG. Continental CEO Dr. Elmar Degenhart is preparing the company to capitalize on the massive changes occurring in the auto industry. Photo by Continental Like many long-established companies involved in the automotive industry, major Tier 1 supplier Continental has anticipated and is now experiencing a major shift in its business due to changes brought about by technology. Fast paced innovation in vehicle software and connectivity, autonomous driving and fuel efficiency mean that auto industry giants like Continental need to react... [Lire la suite]
02 février 2016

ERTS2 2016 – 8th European Congress News

From 27th to 29th january 2016 at Toulouse in France took place the 8th European Congress “Embedded Real Time Software and Systems”, centre de Congrès Pierre Baudis. Gérard Yahiaoui, Nexyad CEO participated to a roundtable about conducted by journalist Laurent Meillaud and organized by Louis-Claude Vrignaud (Continental); with Paul Labrogere (IRT System X), Jean-François Simeon (Akka Research), Franck Foersterling (Continental Automotive), Ernesto Exposito (CNRS Laas), David Lopez (NXP) and Gilbert Gagnaire (EasyMile). ... [Lire la suite]
21 septembre 2015

Elektrobit, Nvidia and Infineon make common cause around the autonomous driving car

The publisher of embedded software for the automotive Elektrobit subsidiary since recent months of  Continental,  has collaborated with Nvidia and Infineon  to develop a turnkey solution designed to facilitate the work of aid systems for advanced developers (ADAS), providing the highest levels of functional safety.While itis built around the platform calculation for autonomous cars Drive PX Nvidia,the solution is supposed to provide computing power and intelligence needed to manage increased complexity that is... [Lire la suite]
27 janvier 2015

Google Has Begun Discussions With Top Automakers On Self-Driving Car

Google has begun discussions with most of the world’s top automakers and has assembled a team of traditional and nontraditional suppliers to speed efforts to bring self-driving cars to market by 2020, a Google executive said. “We’d be remiss not to talk to … the biggest auto manufacturers. They’ve got a lot to offer. For us to jump in and say that we can do this better, that’s arrogant” – Chris Urmson, director of Google’s self-driving car project.  Those manufacturers, he said, include General Motors Co, Ford Motor Co, Toyota... [Lire la suite]
12 décembre 2014

Velodyne's Sensor cuts self-driving car costs

You can't buy one yet, but the autonomous vehicle just got a little cheaper. As long as Google Inc. has been testing its experimental self-driving car, the costliest bit of hardware has been its rotating roof-mounted turret, which uses a laser-based radar system called lidar to map the car's surroundings in three dimensions. These spinning sensors, supplied by Morgan Hill, Calif., technology firm Velodyne Inc., cost $30,000 to $85,000 -- cheap enough for automakers and suppliers to buy them for research but far too expensive for a... [Lire la suite]
25 août 2014

Changement à la tete de la strategie High-Tech chez continental

Ever since it went public with its self-driving car in 2010, Google Inc. has often been the one snapping up outside talent to bring autonomous cars closer to reality.German supplier Continental AG turned the tables last week by picking off Seval Oz, Google's head of global strategic partnerships for self-driving cars, to lead a new "intelligent" transportation project in Silicon Valley. Depuis qu'il a rendu publique sa voiture autonome en 2010, Google Inc. a souvent été celui qui a su attiré les talents pour amener les voitures... [Lire la suite]
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