09 janvier 2018

Mobileye wins 2018 contract for next gen ADAS camera system-on-chip

Mobileye wins 2018 contract for next gen ADAS camera system-on-chip Mobileye, a designer and developer of camera-based Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) to the automotive industry, has introduced its 4th generation system-on-chip, the EyeQ4. Leveraging expertise in designing computer-vision specific cores for over 15 years, the EyeQ4 consists of 14 computing cores out of which 10 are specialized vector accelerators with extremely high utilization for visual processing and understanding. The first design win for EyeQ4 in... [Lire la suite]
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01 janvier 2018

Who will dominate the future of ADAS market?

Who will dominate the future of ADAS market? The global advanced driver assistance systems market was valued at USD 22.69 billion in 2015 and is projected to reach USD 78.19 billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 28.07% during the forecast period from 2015 to 2020 (Source: Mordor Intelligence). The demand for fuel-efficient vehicles along with an accelerating need for road safety systems will help to boost the global demand for ADAS significantly. Over the last few years, growing concern about automotive safety among... [Lire la suite]
02 décembre 2017

Chinese ADAS Companies Rise, Striving To Catch Up With Mobileye

Chinese ADAS Companies Rise, Striving To Catch Up With Mobileye The products tested for benchmarking this time are aftermarket products. In Liu’s opinion, the aftermarket sector would be a better realm to kickstart the business since it spares the company from the complicated pre-market automobile R&D process.     Mobileye achieved a very competitive revenue volume in the aftermarket sector in Q3 this year and MINIEYE is hoping to set a disruptive pricing for its products so as to ensure a cash flow in time. After... [Lire la suite]
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13 novembre 2017

Auto tech startups struggle to gain traction

WHY AUTO TECH STARTUPS HAVEN’T BEEN A HOT INVESTMENT LATELY: 240 different startups focused on connected and autonomous car technologies have raised just over $5 billion from both corporate and private investors in recent years, according to a new Reuters analysis of funding in the space. But that is just a fraction of the money that has been spent on these technologies — Reuters estimated that automakers and tech giants have collectively spent $40-50 billion on developing autonomous and semi-autonomous car technologies.... [Lire la suite]
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25 septembre 2017

Auto Aftermarket Readies for Tech Advances

Auto Aftermarket Readies for Tech Advances The automotive industry is on the cusp of a revolution. Hardly a day goes by without a headline about advanced driver assistance technology and fully autonomous vehicles— and in April electric vehicle maker Tesla overtook General Motors by market capitalization. With ride-sharing platforms like Uber and Lyft, the entire business model of the transportation industry is changing. For now, at least, all that technology is having limited impact on investments in the aftermarket,... [Lire la suite]
07 juillet 2017

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Market to Hit 33.28 Billion USD in Asia-Pacific by 2020

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Market to Hit 33.28 Billion USD in Asia-Pacific by 2020 According to Market Research Report "Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Market Analysis - By Modules (ACC, TPMS, BSD, LDWS, FCMS, AEB); By Sensors (Image, RADAR, Laser); By Vehicle (Passenger, LCV, HCV) - With Forecast (2015 - 2020)" published by IndustryARC, the advanced driver assistance systems market is estimated to hit $33.28 Billion in Asia Pacific by 2020 at a high CAGR.     ... [Lire la suite]

24 mars 2017

Why Intel Bought Mobileye

Why Intel Bought Mobileye "As you’ve heard me say, others predict the future. At Intel, we build it," Intel CEO Brian Krzanich wrote in a letter to employees. On Monday, Intel bought it. Intel, the world's largest chipmaker, announced it will acquire Mobileye, a leading automotive supplier of sensor systems that help prevent collisions, for $63.54 per share, which has a fully-diluted equity value of $15.3 billion and an enterprise value of $14.7 billion. The deal has left some scratching their heads such as Citron... [Lire la suite]
14 mars 2017

Road detection RoadNex may help to avoid TESLA accidents

Road detection RoadNex may help to avoid TESLA accidents Most camera-based road detection systems are based on detection of white lines. Thoses detectors are very efficient if white lines exist (it is not the case on every road in Europe) and if they are "clean" and not tricky. For instance, if you have a construction zone, you keep the white line detection on the right side, you lose it on the left side (so you may thinkthat they are erased on the left side because it happens all the time). Plots (or temporary separation wall) used... [Lire la suite]
26 août 2016

Opposite strategies fuel driverless car development

credit photo : John F. Martin / Delphi Automotive Automakers are on two separate paths to creating self-driving cars. Some, like General Motors Co. and Ford Motor Co., have enough cash reserves that they are developing their own proprietary autonomous systems in close partnership with technology companies. Others are waiting to buy off-the-shelf systems like the fully autonomous one announced by Delphi Automotive PLC and Mobileye NV, which they said Tuesday will be ready for any automaker to purchase by 2019. Both approaches have... [Lire la suite]
09 août 2016

What the First Driverless Car Fatality Means for Self-Driving Tech

What the First Driverless Car Fatality Means for Self-Driving Tech A crash that killed a driver in a Tesla Model S electric car in self-driving mode has called into question the safety of driverless vehicle technology. This week, federal officials announced the launch of a formal investigation into the accident. The crash occurred on May 7 in Williston, Florida, when a tractor-trailer made a left turn in front of the Tesla, and the car failed to apply the brakes, the New York Times reported. It is the first known fatal... [Lire la suite]