21 février 2019

FREE SPACE DETECTION BY CAMERA ON REAL WORLD AREAS NEAR PARIS WITH POOR QUALITY OF BITUMEN ON THE ROAD : CRACKS, PATCHES, ...

FREE SPACE DETECTION BY CAMERA ON REAL WORLD AREAS NEAR PARIS WITH POOR QUALITY OF BITUMEN ON THE ROAD : CRACKS, PATCHES, ...   Some companies try to detect freespace with a regular camera, without IR (SWIR etc …), without fusion with LIDAR, just because it allows low cost applications especially for aftermarket. Here is an example of the NEXYAD module RoadNex. One can see that there are a lot of cracks, patches (highlights and dark zones), and that RoadNex still detects free space in front of the car. Especially useful in... [Lire la suite]
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03 février 2019

‘Explainable Artificial Intelligence’: Cracking open the black box of AI

‘Explainable Artificial Intelligence’: Cracking open the black box of AI At a demonstration of Amazon Web Services' new artificial intelligence image recognition tool last week, the deep learning analysis calculated with near certainty that a photo of speaker Glenn Gore depicted a potted plant. “It is very clever, it can do some amazing things but it needs a lot of hand holding still. AI is almost like a toddler. They can do some pretty cool things, sometimes they can cause a fair bit of trouble,” said AWS’ chief architect in his... [Lire la suite]
02 février 2019

DEEP LEARNING FOR AUTOMOTIVE - A HETEROGENEOUS APPROACH

DEEP LEARNING FOR AUTOMOTIVE - A HETEROGENEOUS APPROACH The Artificial Intelligence is revolutionizing our world. Exponential growth in processing power in silicon and simultaneous reduction in its cost has created a new class of embedded technologies that have built-in Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs). The CNN architecture is inspired by the neurons of the human brain. This is also known as ‘Deep Learning’, essentially because, layers of ‘Deep Neural Networks’ are trained using data sets from the real world. The ultimate goal... [Lire la suite]
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25 janvier 2019

How Blockchain* May Disrupt the Automotive Industry

How Blockchain* May Disrupt the Automotive Industry An Insider’s View • Data usage • Market mechanics • Cooperation models This article presents blockchain as an alternative of monopole from GAFAs Read more : https://blockchainevent.fr/documents/2018/slides/bcp18-conf-j2-11h40-boch.pdf
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12 janvier 2019

Big Data Guide to Commercializing Automotive Data-Driven Services

Big Data Guide to Commercializing Automotive Data-Driven Services Three Pillars for Successfully Commercializing Data Use    Given the market challenges so far in terms of establishing successful revenue streams to offset the expenses of providing connected car technology, OEMs are still hunting for a business model that will work—for customers, partners, and the OEMs themselves. Trends in the automotive industry point toward always-on data capture and distribution over the lifespan of a vehicle. Tesla has successfully... [Lire la suite]
09 janvier 2019

How artificial intelligence is projected to influence the automotive industry

How artificial intelligence is projected to influence the automotive industry Artificial intelligence and data science are two main technologies that forms the processes of the automotive. Since 2017, Udacity selected a group of 18 talented engineers (out of hundreds of applicants) to form the Self-Racing Cars team Udacity offer the first self-driving Nanodegree program. The program was Built in partnership with Uber, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Nvidia. After a huge success, Udacity introduced another... [Lire la suite]
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01 janvier 2019

Five Boldest Automotive Tech Trends to Watch for in 2019

Five Boldest Automotive Tech Trends to Watch for in 2019 Reaching level 3 automation won’t flood the roads with autonomous vehicles There are no clear signs that we’ll see driving automation above level 3 among the top automotive trends in 2019. No particular legal frameworks and technical requirements have been developed in the past year. Autonomous cars continue to be vulnerable to cyberattacks. And the driving environment still lacks smart traffic regulation and monitoring. While major manufacturers including GM, Ford, Honda,... [Lire la suite]
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25 décembre 2018

Are Driverless Cars The Ultimate Use Case For The Telecom Industry?

Are Driverless Cars The Ultimate Use Case For The Telecom Industry? A group of representative organizations from the telecom industry has urged the European Union (EU) to “place 5G at the core of digital reform and shape upcoming laws with a view to increasing network investment and allow innovation”. As I have witnessed on the Mobile World Congress, the automotive industry is already investing in research and development aimed at driverless cars and there are many pilots going on around this basic idea. I believe that there are... [Lire la suite]
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20 décembre 2018

Why the auto industry should embrace Blockchain

Why the auto industry should embrace Blockchain Technical innovations happen constantly in small and big ways across our modern society, but relatively few breakthroughs ever have far-reaching impact. Consider Wi-Fi and the smartphone, to name a couple. Increasingly, savvy observers are adding blockchain technology to the list of creations that could transform our universe.  Decidedly a hot topic today, blockchain is the protocol behind bitcoin digital currency, but it was around as a concept for years prior to enabling... [Lire la suite]
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05 décembre 2018

Why artificial intelligence is disrupting both the automotive sector and its suppliers

Why artificial intelligence is disrupting both the automotive sector and its suppliers   Artificial intelligence will soon enable vehicles to control more driving scenarios, monitor driver attention and alert drivers to danger with reliability. These are some pretty major updates for an industry that hasn’t changed much in the last few decades. “A front-facing camera can discern where the driver is looking or, more importantly, where the driver is not looking,” said Tim Wong, one of the session’s speakers and a technical... [Lire la suite]
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