09 décembre 2018

Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) Sensor Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast

Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) Sensor Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2018 - 2026 Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) Sensor are the backbone of the ADAS architecture. Advanced driver assistance systems are the systems that are employed in vehicles to monitor, warn, and control the vehicles with partial and compete override of the driver. It assist the driver while driving and other activities such as parking where the driver is not entirely able to concentrate on driving and... [Lire la suite]

08 mai 2018

Sometimes, accurate ADAS sensors are not enough

Sometimes, accurate ADAS sensors are not enough in road safety, there are many cases where accurate ADAS sensors detection is not enough, because dangerous situations come from the notion of "surprise". This video shows some examples : NEXYAD developed a real time dynamical driving risk assessment SafetyNex that reads difficulties of the infrastructure on the digital map. This map is an a priori knowledge that should be used in addition to sensors. To know more : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bY2aDm8kfy8
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]
16 décembre 2017

Driver assistance: Coming revolution

Driver assistance: Coming revolution   The three major trends of electrification, connectivity and autonomy all have software in common, according to Thomas Gage and Jonathan Morris from Marconi Pacific   We are on the threshold of a radical change in vehicle technology. No, it’s not automation, although that will come very soon. Instead, change is being driven by the underlying technology for automation that is already here and advancing rapidly; that is, crash avoidance technology delivered by advanced driver... [Lire la suite]
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10 octobre 2017

Elon MUSK says that Tesla will use more than 21 sensors for advanced driver assistant system

Elon MUSK says that Tesla will use more than 21 sensors for advanced driver assistant system This week, Tesla announced that all Tesla vehicles produced in their factory – including Model 3 – will have the improved sensors for full self-driving capability. Beginning with vehicles manufactured in late 2014, all new Tesla Model S vehicles come equipped with a camera mounted at the top of the windshield, forward looking radar, and ultrasonic sensors in the front and rear bumpers. Triggered by the deadly accident in this... [Lire la suite]
28 août 2017

Why trucks are leading the way when it comes to autonomous technology

Why trucks are leading the way when it comes to autonomous technology Carmakers are making incredible advances when it comes to autonomous technology, but the first fully autonomous vehicles to hit the roads may actually be trucks, with the transport behemoths proving naturally suited to self-driving technology. Packaging Self-driving vehicles cram in an incredible amount of technology. There’s LiDAR, radar, a huge array of different cameras and other sensors, mapping and GPS and a computer that has to make sense of it all. If it’s... [Lire la suite]

24 août 2017

The future of automotive is coming faster than you think

The future of automotive is coming faster than you think As excitedly as we talk about it, you’d think the promise of fully autonomous vehicles is right around the bend, just another few miles and we’ll pull into our destination. In truth, we’re not there yet, and a few sceptics even suggest we’ll never get there — too many bumps in the road ahead. As engineers, we know that we’ll get to the holy grail of autonomous driving. The key questions are how long will it take, what’s the best route and how much will it cost? Let’s pull out... [Lire la suite]
18 avril 2017

TRANSPOLIS markets APTS pressure sensors in Japan

TRANSPOLIS produces and markets some news measuring devices : the APTS sensors, developped by IFSTTAR (the French Institute of Science and Technologies in Transports, Land Development and Grid). Since april, the company has found a new distributor for these sensors : FITPACIFIC.  The APTS sensors have been created for dummy serie "Q-Dummies" that represents child between 1 and 10 years old. Vertically implanted in pairs in the abdomen of the dummy, they are the essential tool for the assessment of abdominal injuries that... [Lire la suite]
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12 janvier 2017

Advanced Driver Assistance System Component Shipments to Reach 1.2 Billion Units Annually by 2025

Automotive Sensors Enabling Advanced Vision, Awareness, and Emergency Response Systems Will Experience Strong Growth as Automakers Embrace Systems for Improved Safety and Vehicle Autonomy The market for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) is on the verge of a tipping point.  Driven largely by a quest for improved safety, either via government mandates or a desire to receive top-tier crashworthiness ratings, automakers are rapidly incorporating new technologies and systems that are designed to help drivers avoid accidents... [Lire la suite]
21 décembre 2016

Exponential Technology and the Self-Driving Car‏

Exponential Technology and the Self-Driving Car‏ On a crisp autumn day, two sleek Mercedes sedans smoothly joined the flow of traffic on French Autoroute 1 near Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport. For hours the two vehicles drove along the highway in heavy traffic, passing other cars when necessary. Although no obvious signs distinguished them as unique, close observation would reveal that both were autonomous vehicles, driving themselves with human-level competency. Self-driving vehicle... [Lire la suite]