09 avril 2020

Real time driving risk assessment for autonomous driving systems improvement

Real time driving risk assessment for autonomous driving systems improvement Autonomous driving systems usually have the following structure: This chain takes a road scene and delivers an action: for 1 road scene, 1 action.Then, if the road scene is different from those imagined by engineers, the action is potentially wrong and it is dangerous. This chain cannot adapt to new unknown situations. NEXYAD has developed a unique innovative Global Road Safety platform that computes in real tim at each moment (20 times per second), the... [Lire la suite]

03 mars 2020

Silicon Valley is winning the race to build the first driverless cars

Silicon Valley is winning the race to build the first driverless cars Henry Ford didn’t invent the motor car. The late 1800s saw a flurry of innovation by hundreds of companies battling to deliver on the promise of fast, efficient and reasonably-priced mechanical transportation. Ford later came to dominate the industry thanks to the development of the moving assembly line. Today the sector is poised for another breakthrough with the advent of cars that drive themselves. But unlike the original wave of automobile innovation, the race... [Lire la suite]
07 février 2020

5G enables connected and driverless cars

5G enables connected and driverless cars The cellular V2X technology aided by 5G networks is all set to raise the game for vehicle connectivity while it complements ADAS sensors and self-driving features   5G wireless, a global standard for mobile communications over the next decade, is making a foray into an exciting new frontier: collaboration between automotive and communication industries. The automated driving applications encompass unique connectivity requirements, and here, 5G stands out with a combination of ubiquitous... [Lire la suite]
26 décembre 2019

Elon Musk Promises a Really Truly Self-Driving Tesla in 2020

Elon Musk Promises a Really Truly Self-Driving Tesla in 2020 Elon Musk is no stranger to bold predictions, and on Tuesday he lobbed another one at self-driving tech doubters: The Tesla CEO said the electric car maker’s full self-driving feature will be completed by the end of 2019. And by the end of 2020, he added, it will be so capable, you’ll be able to snooze in the driver’s seat while it takes you from your parking lot to wherever you’re going. “I think we will be ‘feature-complete’ on full... [Lire la suite]
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20 décembre 2019

Why Silicon Valley has its sights set on the UK as its European driverless car hub

Why Silicon Valley has its sights set on the UK as its European driverless car hub few years from now, you hail a Waymo driverless taxi through your smartphone app. The car that pulls up may have been built in the US, but the interior is packed with specialist components – cameras, sensors and software – produced from a supply chain across the world.  Some of it may have been developed by a small Oxford university spin-out the Silicon Valley giant snapped up last week. Software, simulations and artificial... [Lire la suite]
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17 décembre 2019

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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15 décembre 2019

Opinion | Why driverless cars make sense for India

Opinion | Why driverless cars make sense for India More than two years back, the then minister for road transport and highways Nitin Gadkari, said driverless cars will not be allowed in India because the government is not going to promote any technology that comes at the cost of jobs. On Wednesday, in his second innings as a minister holding the same portfolio, Gadkari simply reiterated this stance. His argument was similar to what he said two years back -- the country has 40 lakh drivers and there is a shortage of 25... [Lire la suite]
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10 décembre 2019

Tata Elxsi To Shift Focus From Driverless Cars To Assisted Driving Solutions

Tata Elxsi To Shift Focus From Driverless Cars To Assisted Driving Solutions Tata Elxsi is a design and technology subsidiary of Tata Group The company has observed a slowdown in demand for driverless car solutions Earlier, Nitin Gadkari had said that India will not allow driverless cars Tata’s product design and technology firm Tata Elxsi, has reportedly stopped testing its driverless car solution, as the demand for such an innovation has gone down among automakers. According to a media report which cited Tata Elxsi... [Lire la suite]
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02 novembre 2019

Telematics and the autonomous vehicle revolution

Telematics and the autonomous vehicle revolution Telematics and the autonomous vehicle revolution are in the spotlight this month in China in Focus, in partnership with Swiss Re. Beyond just the development of telematics and autonomous vehicles for consumers, China is directly seeking solutions to its infrastructure issues. Roads are full, fatalities on the roads are high and China’s population is rapidly urbanising. In this month’s in-depth article we look at how insurers and InsurTechs fit directly into the puzzle of... [Lire la suite]
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14 juillet 2019

Australian miner Fortescue says two driverless trucks involved in low-speed incident

Australian miner Fortescue says two driverless trucks involved in low-speed incident An autonomous truck readies to pick up a load of iron ore at Australia's Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) Chichester Hub, which includes the Christmas Creek iron ore mine, in the Pilbara region, located southeast of the coastal town of Port Hedland in Western Australia, November 29, 2018. REUTERS/Melanie Burton The miner said in a statement that no one was hurt or at risk of being injured in the Feb. 11 incident. Fortescue is retrofitting... [Lire la suite]
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