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Who will own the autonomous fleet of tomorrow?

Who will own the autonomous fleet of tomorrow?
  Owning an enormous fleet of vehicles is not a particularly desirable operation. Large car rental companies, while still viable, find themselves to be in a significantly less advantageous position than they were a decade ago thanks to - among other factors - the proliferation of ride-hailing services. Author: Sam Chase, The Connected Car
13th October 2017

Microcontroller family brings autonomous driving a step closer

Microcontroller family brings autonomous driving a step closer
  The AURIX microcontroller family from Infineon Technologies helps realise automated driving by using a critical safety compute element and vehicle interface for the NVIDIA DRIVE PX 2 AI car computing platform. 
10th October 2017

VW's self-driving fleet to hit the roads by 2021

VW's self-driving fleet to hit the roads by 2021
When Volkswagen unveiled its self-driving 'Sedric' concept this past March, some people couldn't help but chuckle. It didn't have anything to do with the underlying concept, which was that Sedric would be 'the ideas platform for autonomous driving in the Volkswagen Group'. Rather, it was the physical appearance of the car. With a wide body, a vertically elongated windshield and hanging wheel wells covering the tires completely, it looked like nothing that is on the road today.
6th October 2017


Delivering AI-First based system for OEMs and dealerships

Delivering AI-First based system for OEMs and dealerships
Honda Connected Car services have been released for European countries by Bright Box, as well as implements an AI system that could replace salesmen in car dealerships. This AI can evaluate the customer's lifestyle and recommend accessories, can sell cars based on driving style and the individual’s lifestyle, not only that it is able topredict when the user needs to go in for a service from the data generated from the telematics control unit or OBD dongle. The new system is based on work that Bright Box has done with the processing of 1.5TB of data from connected car users from various countries.
4th October 2017

The evolution of gateway processors in the auto market

The evolution of gateway processors in the auto market
Due to the upcoming requirements of multi-media applications and driver assistance systems, the volume of communication data in a car is continuously increasing. Network architectures will soon require new topologies to cope with those requirements and ensure data security. Roland Lieder, Renesas Electronics Europe explains.
3rd October 2017

The increasing demands of smart surveillance in connected cars

The increasing demands of smart surveillance in connected cars
Data storage technology and solutions company, Western Digital has introduced its newest and highest performing industrial-grade and automotive-grade card solutions to date. Newly enhanced SanDisk Industrial and SanDisk Automotive card storage solutions provide superior endurance and reliability for commercial surveillance, intensive 'Industrial Internet of Things' (IIoT) applications and 'connected automotive' applications under extreme ambient temperatures.
28th September 2017

Deep learning in Udacity​'s self-driving car nanodegree

Watch the video below to learn more about the new deep learning elective in Udacity​'s self-driving car, Nanodegree, co-developed with the NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute.
25th September 2017

Renesas named hardware innovation winner at AutoSens Awards 2017

Renesas named hardware innovation winner at AutoSens Awards 2017
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas has announced that it has been honoured with the AutoSens Awards 2017 in the hardware innovation category for its innovative development in Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) and automated driving. The award ceremony was held during AutoSens on 20th September at the Atomium in Brussels, Belgium.
25th September 2017

Duo partner to deliver first cyber secure vehicles for AMoD

Duo partner to deliver first cyber secure vehicles for AMoD
  Mobility software technology company, Renovo and Argus Cyber Security, automotive cyber security company has announced a partnership to incorporate Argus’ patented Intrusion Detection and Prevention System (IDPS) technology into Renovo’s AWare automated mobility operating system.
20th September 2017

Will autonomous driving remain on the horizon?

Will autonomous driving remain on the horizon?
  Real autonomous driving with limited or no human interaction is still many years away, according to analysis by Semicast Research. Almost every vehicle maker and seemingly every tech company has now announced plans to introduce semi autonomous and fully autonomous vehicles.
19th September 2017


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