19 mars 2019

HIGH LEVEL FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION OF A SELF-DRIVING VEHICLE (POINT TO POINT, ANY DESTINATION) : WHAT ABOUT DRIVING RISK ?

HIGH LEVEL FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION OF A SELF-DRIVING VEHICLE (POINT TO POINT, ANY DESTINATION) : WHAT ABOUT DRIVING RISK ? A general usage self-Driving vehicle is an object that picks you at a point A (that may be anywhere) and takes you to a point B (that may be any reachable point from A), as fast as possible, in comfort and safety.And that's it (main features).   Now let's see each feature : a . as far as possible : it is the actual efficiency of transportation, as mobility is a key element of Economy b . comfort : it... [Lire la suite]

04 août 2018

Self-driving cars: A level-by-level explainer of autonomous vehicles

Self-driving cars: A level-by-level explainer of autonomous vehicles   SAE International (aka the Society of Automotive Engineers), a professional association that often sets industry guidelines, stepped in to provide a helpful level-by-level guide. First published in 2014, these J3016 guidelines have become the industry standard, having been adopted by both the US Department of Transportation and the United Nations. On the road to self-driving, autonomous cars, there are six levels of automation, according to... [Lire la suite]
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02 mars 2018

Why the Rise of Self-Driving Vehicles Will Actually Increase Car Ownership

Why the Rise of Self-Driving Vehicles Will Actually Increase Car Ownership It’s been a long time coming. For years Waymo (formerly known as Google Chauffeur) has been diligently developing, driving, testing and refining its fleets of various models of self-driving cars. Now Waymo is going big. The company recently placed an order for several thousand new Chrysler Pacifica minivansand next year plans to launch driverless taxis in a number of US cities. This deal raises one of the biggest unanswered questions about autonomous... [Lire la suite]