07 septembre 2017

ADAS technology contributes to 32% rise in vehicle repair costs

ADAS technology contributes to 32% rise in vehicle repair costs Thatcham has formed a working group with vehicle manufacturers to urgently address spiralling repair costs associated with collision avoidance advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). According to statistics from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) from Q3 2016, average vehicle bills have increased by 32% over the last three years to £1,678. Andrew Miller, Thatcham chief technology officer, said that while ADAS may not account for the entire increase, it is... [Lire la suite]

31 août 2017

What is ADAS Technology and How is it Contributing to Increased Vehicle Repair Costs?

What is ADAS Technology and How is it Contributing to Increased Vehicle Repair Costs? According to the Association of British Insurers (ABI), vehicle repair costs have increased by as much as 32% in the last three years. Thatcham—the UK’s version of the U.S.’s Insurance Institute for Highway Safety—released a study that cites increased complexity of vehicle materials, the rising cost of spare parts and advanced technology as possible reasons for the sharp increase. However, one major culprit that they cannot deny is the use of ADAS... [Lire la suite]
08 mars 2016

NEXYAD member of Groupement ADAS will talk at CONNECTED CAR INSURANCE EUROPE 2016

NEXYAD member of Groupement ADAS will talk at CONNECTED CAR INSURANCE EUROPE 2016 :the congress on Insurance Telematics : NEXYAD will show solution for REAL RISK OF ACCIDENT measurement (easy-to-use by actuaries) To read more : http://www.tu-auto.com/connectedcar-insurance-eu/conference-speakers.php
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]