25 août 2019

An Autonomous Vehicle that drives like a good human driver

An Autonomous Vehicle that drives like a good human driver Autonomous véhicles are one of the main R&D subject in automotive sector. Autonomoy has been described in a functional way and classified in 6 levels, from 0 to 5. Today, intelligent cars that are for sale (TESLA, ...) are said to be level 3, and some car munifacturers claim that they have demo cars with a level 4. The chain of the Autonomous Driving System (AD System) is quite always a feed forward chain, from sensors to actuators, and applies or may apply Artificial... [Lire la suite]

25 décembre 2017

PUNY HUMANS STILL SEE THE WORLD BETTER THAN SELF-DRIVING CARS

PUNY HUMANS STILL SEE THE WORLD BETTER THAN SELF-DRIVING CARS A CONFIDENCE BOOSTER for you, puny human: The machines don’t have you beat. Yet. Yes, the autonomous car is coming, and fast. Tesla delivered the first of its much-anticipated Model 3s last week, complete with the Autopilot feature that allows the cars to drive themselves on well-marked highways. The Mercedes-Benz S-Class can conquer a roundabout on its own. Companies like Google, General Motors,... [Lire la suite]
23 décembre 2017

Autonomous Cars vs Human Drivers Thwarting the robots of an autonomous future

Autonomous Cars vs Human Drivers Thwarting the robots of an autonomous future We already know the what: Coming in the near future are driverless, fully autonomous automobiles. We know the where and the when, too: not on Mars or Krypton but right here on Mother Earth, possibly as soon as 2021 if you believe some optimistic auto execs. But what we don’t know yet—scratch that, what I don’t know yet—is the how and the why. How, I keep asking myself, are fully autonomous vehicles going to take over our streets? What’s more, why are... [Lire la suite]
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22 décembre 2017

Driverless Cars of the Future Confront Rules Written for Drivers

Driverless Cars of the Future Confront Rules Written for Drivers When the U.S. government finally got around to regulating auto safety in 1967, it insisted that every car have seatbelts and that the steering column be engineered to absorb impact so it wouldn’t spear the driver. The safety rulebook has since swelled to nearly 900 pages and encompasses everything from electronic stability control to rear-view backup cameras. Through all the updates, however, the regulations remain premised on an assumption that may soon be... [Lire la suite]
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