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Contributor: Automotive IQ
Posted: 29/11/2017
5G
According to many experts in the field of generational wireless, the coming fifth generation (5G) major upgrade will create the actual Internet of Things, a concept of connected machinery that heretofore has been a scattered collection rather than a cohesive system. Full Content »
Posted: 14/11/2017
future of smart mobility
Get to know Smart Mobility 2018 speaker Dr. Alain Kornhauser, Professor of Operations Research & Financial Engineering, Princeton University in this short interview where he shares how he sees the future of smart mobility heading, his priorities, key challenges, and more! He additionally is the Director of Princeton's Transportation Program and the Faculty Chair of Princeton's Autonomous Vehicle Engineering. Full Content »
Contributor: Automotive IQ
Posted: 14/11/2017
intelligent network
As leading economies around the world push to achieve their smart city ambitions, their public transport systems and road networks are becoming the targets of massive investment and restructuring initiatives designed to achieve true “smart mobility”. The US intelligent transportation systems industry generates more than $48 billion in revenue for the US economy. Full Content »
Contributor: Peter Els
Posted: 13/11/2017
Peter Els
It’s not just the increasing use of smart devices driving the development of the next generation of wireless technology; 5G is also needed to support a wide range of Machine to Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Amongst these are services and applications that will support connected vehicles. Industry interest in V2V (vehicle to vehicle) and V2I (vehicle to infrastructure) connectivity is largely being driven by the key role it will play in enabling driverless vehicles. This increased connectivity will see the amount of data being created and subsequently sent to the cloud increasing exponentially as new devices, including cars, find innovative ways to leverage the IoT. Full Content »
Contributor: Wesley Shao
Posted: 13/11/2017
Wesley Shao
Automotive IQ interviewed Wesley Shao, Principal Architect from Baidu, with some insight into the Apollo project and current trends on onboard computing for Level 4 autonomous driving.  What is the Apollo project and who is involved?Developing a full autonomous driving stack has been a daunting task. It requires significant investment on Full Content »
Contributor: Ivan Dynov
Posted: 07/11/2017
ivandynov
The higher the level of automation for a car, the more “intelligent” the vehicle needs to become. Evolved from the study of pattern recognition and computational learning theory in artificial intelligence, machine learning explores the study and construction of algorithms that can learn from and make predictions on data – such algorithms overcome following strictly static program instructions by making data-driven predictions or decisions, through building a model from sample inputs. Full Content »
Posted: 06/11/2017
Whether it is a safety feature or a fully autonomous vehicle, information about the distance to other vehicles on the road, unexpected road obstacles, or permanent structures near the road is of paramount importance. This webinar discusses methods of measuring distance with light (emphasizing Time of Flight LiDAR) that either are or have the potential to be employed by the industry. Full Content »
Contributor: Al Tuttle
Posted: 23/10/2017
Al Tuttle
According to many experts in the field of generational wireless, the coming fifth generation (5G) major upgrade will create the actual Internet of Things, a concept of connected machinery that heretofore has been a scattered collection rather than a cohesive system. Cars (and larger vehicles) are quickly becoming stand-alone computer servers, but the next step makes them capable of becoming communication centers, entertainment complexes and full-service electronic outlets. Full Content »
Contributor: Automotive IQ
Posted: 12/09/2017
autonomoustrucks
Autonomous vehicle technology continues to develop at pace, and it has the potential to bring sweeping changes to our transportations systems. Much of the focus is on the impact this technology will have on passenger vehicles, but the trucking industry will also experience significant change over the coming decades Full Content »
Contributor: Automotive IQ
Posted: 11/09/2017
rolling
There is no doubt that one-day autonomous vehicles will eliminate road accidents, reduce congestion, and make the planet a greener place to live. But before they are allowed on the thoroughfares for consumer and commercial use, the technology needs to be proven safer than the flawed human experience. Full Content »
Contributor: Scott Huntington
Posted: 06/09/2017
scott100
Car Cloud Computing: cloud is increasingly becoming part of our daily lives. It started with the virtual cloud where we store our photos and music, which can be easily accessed from any smart device. The “Internet of Things” trend allows us to connect a range of devices using the cloud, from smart appliances to phones, and now, cars. Full Content »
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Contributor: Peter Els
Posted: 11/13/2017
Peter Els
It’s not just the increasing use of smart devices driving the development of the next generation of wireless technology; 5G is also needed to support a wide range of Machine to Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Amongst these are services and applications that will support connected vehicles. Industry interest in V2V (vehicle to vehicle) and V2I (vehicle to infrastructure) connectivity is largely being driven by the key role it will play in enabling driverless vehicles. This increased connectivity will see the amount of data being created and subsequently sent to the cloud increasing exponentially as new devices, including cars, find innovative ways to leverage the IoT. Full Article »
Contributor: Peter Els
Posted: 07/18/2016
Peter Els
For many years U.S. regulators have been calling for more automation in motor vehicles. By fitting systems that apply the brakes to prevent a crash, or guide a vehicle on the highway, the Department of Transport hopes to see a dramatic reduction in road accidents. Full Column »
Contributor: Automotive IQ
Posted: 11/29/2017
5G
According to many experts in the field of generational wireless, the coming fifth generation (5G) major upgrade will create the actual Internet of Things, a concept of connected machinery that heretofore has been a scattered collection rather than a cohesive system. Full Whitepaper »
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Contributor: Mohamed Abbaz
Posted: 09/01/2017
Mohamed Abbaz
In his presentation, Mr. Abbaz, Functional Safety Metier Manager at Valeo Active Safety Center, reveals the latest development in Safety Architecture Concept for Autonomous Driving System. Full Article »
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Posted: 11/06/2017
slawomir
Whether it is a safety feature or a fully autonomous vehicle, information about the distance to other vehicles on the road, unexpected road obstacles, or permanent structures near the road is of paramount importance. This webinar discusses methods of measuring distance with light (emphasizing Time of Flight LiDAR) that either are or have the potential to be employed by the industry. Full Webinar »