22 avril 2018

AUTOMATED TRUCKS: HOW MUCH DISRUPTIVE POTENTIAL DO THEY HAVE?

AUTOMATED TRUCKS: HOW MUCH DISRUPTIVE POTENTIAL DO THEY HAVE? Roland Berger fills the expectations for automated trucks with life: with figures, charts and investment calculations. It’s no secret that the future of the automotive industry will be a driverless one—car manufacturers have been traveling this road for many years now. However, advancements in technology have reached a point where automated trucks have the potential to bring a disruptive change to the trucking industry. This automation would allow companies to save... [Lire la suite]
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01 avril 2018

Starsky Robotics Goes All-In On Driverless Trucks

Starsky Robotics Goes All-In On Driverless Trucks Another start-up tech company is aggressively staking its claim as an autonomous trucking technology leader. San Francisco-based Starsky Robotics has been touting a recent, 7-mile test run with no human interaction as well as a $16.5 million Series A investment in the company by Shasta Ventures. While most automotive companies exploring autonomous trucks insist that a driver will be mandatory for years to come, Starsky Robotics is going all-in on the early adoption of... [Lire la suite]
01 février 2018

Why Tesla Wants a Piece of the Commercial Trucking Industry

Why Tesla Wants a Piece of the Commercial Trucking Industry As Adam “MCA” Yauch’s bass line fuzzed through the speakers, and the crowd—encouraged by Tesla Motors (TSLA, +1.49%) CEO Elon Musk to “jump over the barriers”—flooded the airplane hangar just outside Los Angeles, there was talk of an impending revolution. It certainly felt that way to onlookers. Excited energy crackled in the crisp California air. In truth, the revolution—or evolution, depending on who is talking—was already underway. But that didn’t stop Musk... [Lire la suite]
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04 novembre 2017

Sustainable self-driving ‘pod’ aims to change future of transport

Sustainable self-driving ‘pod’ aims to change future of transport The ‘T-pod’ is an electric, self-driving vehicle that can be remotely controlled by drivers, set for prototype testing in 2017 followed by international distribution. In addition to the T-pod, the Swedish company is developing a remote driving system, charging stations and an infrastructure that will make the system the most pioneering of its kind. Einride’s launch is the beginning in a transition from heavy, noisy trucks with monstrous emissions and bad... [Lire la suite]
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20 octobre 2017

Global Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) for Commercial Vehicles Market - Forecast & Analysis, 2016 -2022 - Research and

Global Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) for Commercial Vehicles Market - Forecast & Analysis, 2016 -2022 - Research and Markets The automotive industry is growing at a rapid rate due to emerging technological innovation and entrance of low cost and compact size sensors. Moreover, these technologies are raising the overall demand for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) in commercial vehicles which allows autonomy to the vehicles and assist the driver in safe driving. The market is estimated to reach $2.6... [Lire la suite]
04 octobre 2017

New release of the computer vision based obstacle detection module ObstaNex (by NEXYAD)

New release of the computer vision based obstacle detection module ObstaNex (by NEXYAD) ObstaNex can be integrated by OEMs into their ADAS or perception dor driverless car systems. Read informarion : http://nexyad.net/Automotive-Transportation/  

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]
07 août 2017

Driverless truck system will cruise Russian roads in 2017

Driverless truck system will cruise Russian roads in 2017 Russia's Eduard Nikolaev, co-pilots Sergey Savostin and Vladimir Rybakov compete with their Kamaz truck during the 11th stage of the Dakar Rally 2013 from La Rioja to Fiambala on Jan. 16, 2013. Source: Reuters Moscow-based Cognitive Technologies said it's ready to release a pre-commercial version of an advance driver assistance system with artificial intelligence, or ADAS, for Russia's KAMAZ truck. ADAS qualifies as Level 1 according to the Society of... [Lire la suite]
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01 juillet 2017

WABCO advances autonomous through ADAS

WABCO advances autonomous through ADAS   WABCO was busy near the end of 2016, bringing its advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) to multiple partnerships to advance autonomous driving and platooning of commercial vehicles. The supplier is working with Silicon Valley-based Peloton Technology to further develop its solution for truck platooning that uses vehicle-to-vehicle communication to sync the braking and acceleration between the trucks. WABCO’s OnGuardACTIVE... [Lire la suite]
24 mai 2017

ADAS AND AUTONOMOUS DRIVING TECHNOLOGY IN TRUCKS AND COMMERCIAL VEHICLES

ADAS AND AUTONOMOUS DRIVING TECHNOLOGY IN TRUCKS AND COMMERCIAL VEHICLES 1. ADAS IN COMMERCIAL VEHICLES 1.1. Background A wide variety of advanced driver assistance systems (ADASs) have enjoyed impressive growth in consumer vehicles, progressing from being the preserve of luxury vehicles to being offered in sub-US$500 packages by mass-market players such as Toyota. Simultaneously, the capacities of these systems have expanded, with combined functions allowing the first glimpses at automation in production vehicles. At the... [Lire la suite]