13 mai 2017

Tesla’s Self-Driving Car Plan Seems Insane, But It Just Might Work

Tesla’s Self-Driving Car Plan Seems Insane, But It Just Might Work ELON MUSK HAS done it again. The CEO of Tesla Motorsand SpaceX has made an aggressive prediction for his technology, and paired it with an unreasonable deadline. In the past, he’s promised electric cars for everyone and trips to Mars, and built a reputation for achieving those outrageous things, albeit far behind schedule. Now, Musk is pledging that by the end of 2017, he’ll produce a Tesla that can drive itself... [Lire la suite]

05 mai 2017

Blockchain usecase in self driving cars

Blockchain usecase in self driving cars Since the time we are seeing Internet of Things rising, we’re also witnessing Bitcoin and blockchain’s practical applications rise manifold.  The idea of harnessing the potential of Internet of Things to create Driver-less Cars will bring about a sea change in a person’s daily routine. But these cars will have certain peculiar requirements. These cars will be composed of certain special sensors and devices for communicating within the car. Additionally, cars will be equipped to... [Lire la suite]
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27 avril 2017

A Plane That Folds Into a Car

 A Plane That Folds Into a Car After Czechoslovakia’s communist regime fell, in 1989, designer Štefan Klein began working on a concept for a flying car. Inspired by his newfound freedom, he aimed to translate that personal liberty to the skies. In 2010, he shared his work with his friend Juraj Vaculík, an entrepreneur. They joined forces to found AeroMobil and develop a viable commercial product. “We wanted to create a car and airplane without compromises,” Vaculík says, “to provide individuals with a new, interesting... [Lire la suite]
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25 avril 2017

LANDER develops with VIAQUATRO the first driverless simulator equipment in Latin America

LANDER develops with VIAQUATRO the first driverless simulator equipment in Latin America This week LANDER has completed the installation of a complete simulation classroom to provide training in the operation of the first Driverless Metro in Latin America. Private operator VIAQUATRO (São Paulo), whose shareholders is formed mainly by the CCR Group, is responsible for the operation and maintenance of Line 4 of the metro network of Metrô de São Paulo. In the year 2010 the 30-year concession started, at the time the first concession... [Lire la suite]
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21 avril 2017

Driverless cars could turn the UK into Europe’s leader in autos – but only if we de-regulate first

Driverless cars could turn the UK into Europe’s leader in autos – but only if we de-regulate first A fake suburb in Florida, complete with sidewalks, shops and parents out with their children. Huge chunks of highway given over to testing new types of machine. Tweaks to the law to get rid of side mirrors, and to allow drivers to watch a film while they are out for a spin in their new car. It may sound like the stuff of sci-fi. But in fact, these are all measures that individual American states have taken in the last few... [Lire la suite]
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13 avril 2017

Startups Aim to Get a Piece of the Driverless Car

Startups Aim to Get a Piece of the Driverless Car You don’t have to be a tech giant to teach a vehicle to drive itself. Big names like Tesla and Google grab all the attention when it comes to developing autonomous vehicles. But, very quietly, startups have also been getting into the field. These small companies are taking advantage of easily accessible software and plummeting equipment prices to carve out a niche in this emerging industry—retrofitting existing vehicles that do specialized jobs. Thilo Koslowski, a senior... [Lire la suite]

08 avril 2017

27% Would Buy Car Insurance from Apple, Amazon and Google

27% Would Buy Car Insurance from Apple, Amazon and Google 15. Mar, 2017 Categories: News, Weekly Roundup by News Desk Comments Off on 27% Would Buy Car Insurance from Apple, Amazon and Google Well known brands such as Apple, Amazon and Google make billions every year, but could they enter the car insurance market? Possibly… Some people in the UK would buy car insurance from them anyway, with 27% of people admitting in a recent survey that if Apple, Amazon, or Google offered them a policy, they... [Lire la suite]
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03 avril 2017

Four Reasons Why Drones, Not Driverless Cars, Are The Future Of Autonomous Navigation

Four Reasons Why Drones, Not Driverless Cars, Are The Future Of Autonomous Navigation Last Wednesday, U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced a new advisory committee on autonomous vehicles. The committee’s mission: develop recommendations for how automated technology can transform the way we move people and goods, on our roads and railroads and in our airspace. Thinking about autonomous vehicles holistically is to be applauded. Yet automation on land still seems to dominate the conversation.... [Lire la suite]
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02 avril 2017

Self-Driving Cars Are Going to Beat Up on Trains, Too

Self-Driving Cars Are Going to Beat Up on Trains, Too One reason it’s so irresistible to speculate about what self-driving cars will do to our lives is that there aren’t any around yet to show us how wrong we are: The prototypes from Google, Uber, and others are tantalizingly functional (and the feds have officially cleared a lane ahead for them, regulation-wise), but real-deal full autonomy remains safely tucked in the future. Much of the speculation has revolved around how autonomous vehicles (or... [Lire la suite]
01 avril 2017

5 Companies Working On Driverless Shuttles

5 Companies Working On Driverless Shuttles Momentum in auto tech is at an all-time high, with investors on pace to pour a record level of deals and dollars into private companies in the space. Of course, much of the buzz has revolved around autonomous driving software, with startups like Zoox seeing $200M funding rounds, tech corporates looking to capitalize, and major automakers working feverishly to catch up. Cracking the problem of fully autonomous passenger cars will be challenging, with RAND estimating that... [Lire la suite]