10 septembre 2019

Traffic Models for Self-driving Connected Cars

Traffic Models for Self-driving Connected Cars Self-driving and connected vehicles, communicating with one another (V2 V technology) and with the road infrastructure (V2I technology), are a subject of extensive research nowadays and are expected to revolutionize the automotive industry in the near future. The major goal of our work is to design a microscopic traffic simulation model for such vehicles, including a robust protocol for exchanging information. The question arises as to whether such communication system may... [Lire la suite]
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04 septembre 2019

Meet us at AUTONOMY the Urban Mobility Summit - Paris October 16-17th

For the 2d consecutive year the groupement ADAS will participate to the Autonomy show dedicated to urban mobility.  This exhibition will take place in Paris  t from the 16h to 17th of OCTOBER. To meet us :  Booth: A87  Sector: Autonomous vehicules       This event combines a trade show, a series of conferences and workshops, industry talks, and pitch sessions. The 2018 edition brought together more than 8,000 visitors, 150 speakers, 200 exhibitors, with 35 countries represented. ... [Lire la suite]
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12 août 2019

Self-driving cars have long road to travel before they go public

Self-driving cars have long road to travel before they go public Visitors try out Bosch's autonomous shuttle bus concept model at this year's Shanghai auto show. [Photo by Long Wei/For China Daily] Private autonomous vehicles will not hit public roads soon because of safety and cost, according to a senior executive at leading supplier of technology and services Bosch. "It still has a long way to go, 2050 will be too far away. But not in 2022 or so, like some others say," said Peter Tyroller, a Bosch board member responsible for... [Lire la suite]
14 juin 2019

Connected and Automated Vehicles

Connected and Automated Vehicles Automated and connected vehicle technologies are among the most heavily researched automotive technologies. The vehicle technologies currently available are only a fraction of what is being developed for the future. The technologies for autonomous cars, connected cars, and advanced driver assistance systems overlap, below is an overview of the technologies, definitions, benefits and challenges of this emerging sector. Levels of Automation Fully automated, autonomous, or “self-driving” vehicles are... [Lire la suite]
03 avril 2019

Tech Trends 2019: Driverless Cars, Artificial Intelligence & Augmented Reality

Tech Trends 2019: Driverless Cars, Artificial Intelligence & Augmented Reality   It’s a new year, which mans a new set of predictions for the next 12 months in the tech world. While of course no one has a foolproof crystal ball, there’s a lot of hype and excitement/optimism for big-idea tech like autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence, and augmented and virtual reality to make big strides this year. We may even begin to see these technologies substantially affect our daily lives. Autonomous Vehicles Will Really... [Lire la suite]
06 mars 2019

The Building Blocks of Autonomous Tech

The Building Blocks of Autonomous Tech   Mimicking the many things humans do while driving requires a complex blend of technologies. An array of several sensors per vehicle is needed to monitor a 360° field of view around the car. Fast networks that send data to the electronic controls are required to analyze inputs and make decisions about steering, braking and speed. OEMs, Tier 1s and other suppliers are vying with and in some cases partnering with and acquiring a relentless wave of start-ups and industry disruptors... [Lire la suite]

26 février 2019

Tesla Could Have Full Self-Driving Cars On The Road By 2019, Elon Musk Says

Tesla Could Have Full Self-Driving Cars On The Road By 2019, Elon Musk Says Speaking with Recode's editor-at-large Kara Swisher, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said he's confident that the carmaker will achieve full self-driving next year, in 2019, ahead of any other car manufacturer. "I don’t want to sound overconfident, but I would be very surprised if any of the car companies exceeded Tesla in self-driving, in getting to full self-driving," confided Musk. "They’re just not good at software. And this is a... [Lire la suite]
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05 février 2019

BMW set to test 40 self driving cars for foray into ride sharing

BMW set to test 40 self driving cars for foray into ride sharing Move over Uber, BMW is doing some autonomous vehicle testing of its own in Germany next year, according to Reuters. The rise in popularity of car-sharing apps such as Uber is part of the catalyst for this, according to the news service. It reports that BMW will test 40 cars with a self-drive function around Munich’s inner city, before expanding this out to others in due course. According to Reuters, tech companies such as Uber and Lyft have prompted BMW to consider... [Lire la suite]
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13 janvier 2019

Autonomous Vehicles' Means New Opportunities for Auto Insurers

Autonomous Vehicles' Means New Opportunities for Auto Insurers A World of Driverless Cars is Fast Approaching How can Insurers Benefit from Autonomous or Semi-Autonomous Vehicles? How can Insurers Benefit From Autonomous or Semi-Autonomous Vehicles? The idea of an autonomous vehicle has quickly moved from a futuristic concept only to be seen in movies – to our reality. Currently on the market are semi-autonomous cars, like the Tesla Model S with “Autopilot”. The autopilot feature uses radar, cameras, GPS and sensors to keep cars... [Lire la suite]
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07 novembre 2018

Google sibling Waymo launches fully autonomous ride-hailing service

Google sibling Waymo launches fully autonomous ride-hailing service Alphabet’s self-driving car firm beats Uber to be first to offer robot taxis without humans behind the wheel to take over in an emergency   Waymo’s self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans will start picking up passengers without a human behind the wheel, even for emergencies, in the next few months, as the Google-sibling steps up war with Uber.  Waymo, formerly known as Google’s self-driving car, is launching a fully autonomous Uber-like ride-hailing... [Lire la suite]