19 janvier 2016

Velodyne LiDAR Pucks to Serve as 'Eyes' for NAVYA Driverless ARMA Shuttles

Initial Two-Vehicle Test Could Pave Way for Autonomous Mass Transit in SwitzerlandSwiss Public Transit Provider PostBus Acquires First Two Fully Autonomous Electric Vehicles, Equipped with Compact VLP-16 LiDAR Sensors credit photo Navya Velodyne LiDAR announced that, in the first deployment of fully autonomous production vehicles, driverless technology specialist NAVYA will implement Velodyne's real-time 16-channel 3D VLP-16 LiDAR Pucks as part of a two-year, two-vehicle test with Swiss public transport company PostBus Switzerland... [Lire la suite]

28 novembre 2015

Japan’s views on Automated Driving

Japan’s views on Automated Driving : roadmap of automated driving (autonomous car) in Japan, including adas validation, field operational test, connected car / intelligent car technical issues, by Takashi NAONO :  https://www2.unece.org/wiki/download/attachments/17760916/03_Japan%E2%80%99s%20views%20on%20Automated%20Driving%20rev.pdf?api=v2  
05 octobre 2015

The Future of Computer Vision and Automated Driving by Prof. Amnon Shashua

Mobileye Co-Founder, Chairman & CTO Prof. Amnon Shashua talks about the future of computer vision and automated driving at the 2015 Deutsche Bank Global Auto Industry Conference
02 octobre 2015

Groupement ADAS members contributed to the new Arma by Navya : 100% autonomous, driverless and electric

Congratulations to CAR & D which signficantly contributed to the design of the Automobile part of this Autonomous Shuttle and to FH Electronics & Intempora which  provided the necessary basic technological building blocks. One more contribution of the groupement ADAS members on the path toward autonomous vehicle !         Know more about Navya :http://navya.tech/?lang=en  
01 juillet 2015

Solve For X Lecture on Google’s Driverless Cars May 2013

Good introduction to  the Google driverless car  
28 juin 2015

Bosch makes emergency braking possible using just a video sensor

credit Bosch Emergency braking systems are among the most effective assistance systems in the car. In Germany alone, up to 72 percent of all rear-end collisions resulting in personal injury could be avoided if all vehicles were equipped with them. Now Bosch has developed a stereo video camera with which an emergency braking system can function based solely on camera data. Normally, this would require a radar sensor or a combination of radar and video sensors. “The Bosch stereo video camera is a single-sensor... [Lire la suite]
04 mai 2015

European Roadmap Smart Systems for Automated Driving by EPoSS

This roadmap is based on surveys and consultations among major European automotive manufactur-ers and suppliers. Starting from an analysis of goals and challenges towards the introduction of auto-mated driving (AD) and a description of the state-of-the-art technologies, technology roadmaps that provide information about content and timescales of actions in Research and Innovation (R&I) on technology and in framework conditions, are presented. These roadmaps are organized along mile-stones for implementation of highly automated... [Lire la suite]
16 décembre 2014

Delphi Working With Ottomatika For Autonomous Driving

Autonomous driving and driver assistance technologies are set to move forward at a quick pace over the next few years. Manufacturers rely on many different suppliers for these technologies to move forward; one such supplier involved in many innovations is Delphi.  Delphi Automotive PLC just announced it will partner with Ottomatika, Inc., a company started by Carnegie Mellon University, which provides advanced automated driving software, to jointly develop technology that will help accelerate automated driving. Using their... [Lire la suite]
23 novembre 2014

International Chair in automated driving driven by Mines ParisTech

Renault is not the only one to occupy the land in the area of automated driving. Mines ParisTech has announced the creation of a new international research chair in this area, both for the automotive and aerospace sectors, in partnership with industry Valeo, PSA Peugeot Citroën and Safran. Called "Automated Driving - Drive for You," the chair will bring together teams of Robotics Centre Mines ParisTech and international academic partners such as the University of Shanghai Jiao Tong (China), the University of Berkeley (California)... [Lire la suite]