02 décembre 2016

The future of driverless cars and data security

The future of driverless cars and data security The technology is in place for driverless cars, but data security must be improved. Regulators are weighing new laws, and insurers and other stakeholders are actively studying the matter. Progress is being made, and come 2019, the first driverless cars are expected to take to our roads, according to BI Intelligence. Car manufacturers are working diligently to ensure that their driverless cars are hack-proof, given their exposure to the connected ecosystem. Some fear that hackers... [Lire la suite]

01 décembre 2016

FiveAI ‘Driverless Car Project’ Ventures To Compete With Google, Tesla

FiveAI ‘Driverless Car Project’ Ventures To Compete With Google, Tesla UK based engineering-manufacturing start-up FiveAI has entered the ‘driver less car projects’ to give a strong challenge to Google, Tesla in the sector. FiveAI plans to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) system which can drive the ‘driver less car’, reported Forbes on Sunday. The company has tied up with Amadeus Capital and pumped an investment to the tune of $2.7 million in equity funding for the artificial intelligence system, added Forbes. Reportedly,... [Lire la suite]
17 novembre 2016

Britain to Test Driverless Cars on Motorways Next Year

Britain to Test Driverless Cars on Motorways Next Year With no legal barriers, autonomous vehicles will be hitting “some local roads.” Britain said it will begin trialing driverless cars on motorways for the first time in 2017, as it moves toward its goal of allowing autonomous cars to take to the streets by 2020. The government said last year there were no legal barriers to the technology being tested and gave the go-ahead for vehicle trials to start on some local roads. Finance minister George Osborne will announce plans on... [Lire la suite]
14 novembre 2016

How 5G is paving the way for driverless vehicles

How 5G is paving the way for driverless vehicles Some would argue that it’s an intrinsic part of human instinct to be wary of change. There’s something inside all of us which can be instinctively nervous about the concept of autonomous vehicles and there are some key questions which the industry is working hard to answer in order to allay these concerns. What, if any, degree of human oversight is required? How will autonomous and traditional vehicles co-exist? And most crucially, how can we guarantee safety? This school of thought... [Lire la suite]
13 novembre 2016

CES 2017: Here’s what to expect from the world’s largest consumer expo

CES 2017: Here’s what to expect from the world’s largest consumer expo   CES 2017, aka the Consumer Electronics Show 2017, is the single-largest consumer-centric tech event held in the year. While the likes of Apple, Microsoft and Google hold events that focus on their own products, CES is about the consumer. It’s the hub for all things consumer tech, and manufacturers, designers, journalists the world over are drawn to the event. CES is where you see the latest in consumer tech well before it hits the market. OLED display,... [Lire la suite]
11 novembre 2016

Ford tries to catch up to Uber and Google in the driverless car game

Ford tries to catch up to Uber and Google in the driverless car game The traditional car manufacturer is working to develop in-car connectivity, ride-sharing and autonomous technologies Not every self-driving car company is a hi-tech unicorn eager to disrupt the status quo. The latest firm to invite journalists to experience its autonomous technology is the epitome of traditional car manufacturing: Ford. On its sprawling campus in Dearborn, Michigan, the century-old company is trying its hardest to look and act like a... [Lire la suite]

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]
02 novembre 2016

Obstacle detection : ObstaNex new release

Obstacle detection : ObstaNex new release   NEXYAD show a new release of ObstaNex (artificial vision-based obstacle detection for ADAS, driverlesscar, and connected intelligent robots).                           3 cars detected by ObstaNex   read more :     http://nexyad.net/Automotive-Transportation/?p=3000
31 octobre 2016

Google driverless car division invents technology for automatically detecting police cars

Google driverless car division invents technology for automatically detecting police cars   Google is creating sensors that will enable its driverless cars to automatically detect police vehicles in the area, documents have indicated. Self-driving cars will be installed with technology that can identify approaching police cars and trigger an alert so that Google's vehicles can move out of the way or pull over to be questioned. In a US patent filing, the internet... [Lire la suite]
29 octobre 2016

Why Drones and Self-Driving Cars Make a Great Match

Why Drones and Self-Driving Cars Make a Great Match Drones and self-driving cars are two of the hottest topics in technology, and in some ways are made for each other. While autonomous cars can "see" all around them, their sensors are limited to a certain distance, whereas drones can scout obstacles and trouble far ahead. Read more : http://www.pcmag.com/commentary/344411/why-drones-and-self-driving-cars-make-a-great-match