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AI chips for autonomous driving with computing speeds

AI chips for autonomous driving with computing speeds
Artificial intelligence company focused on intelligent driving systems, FABU has announced the results of recent design metrics for the company’s Phoenix-100 perception chip for autonomous driving solutions. The Phoenix-100 conducts real time, high precision perception of the environment to support safe and accurate intelligent driving technologies.
22nd March 2019

Supporting the development of next-gen driverless cars

Supporting the development of next-gen driverless cars
Hampleton Partners, the international mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance advisory firm for technology companies, has advised 2getthere Holding, a manufacturer of driverless electric shuttles for future urban mobility, on its majority acquisition by ZF Friedrichshafen, the global automotive supplier.
19th March 2019

First HD map horizon for automated driving

First HD map horizon for automated driving
TomTom (TOM2) and Elektrobit (EB), an award-winning global supplier of embedded and connected software products for the automotive industry, has announced the release of an industry-first High Definition (HD) map horizon for automated driving. An HD map horizon helps vehicles to build a highly accurate virtual picture of the road ahead, enhancing driver safety and comfort. 
18th March 2019


eSync platform designed for the Apollo autonomous driving project

eSync platform designed for the Apollo autonomous driving project
  Excelfore has announced that its eSync platform has been selected to provide Over-The-Air (OTA) updates and data gathering for Baidu’s Apollo Project. The Apollo Project provides an open, reliable and secure software platform for its partners to create autonomous driving systems.
18th March 2019

Driverless: Who is in control?

Driverless: Who is in control?
For decades, autonomous vehicles have been heralded as a new technology that could change the way we live our lives. ‘Driverless: Who is in control?’ is opening on 12th June 2019 at the Science Museum will explore how close we are to living in a world driven by thinking machines.
8th March 2019

ADAS market set to witness over 12.5% CAGR

ADAS market set to witness over 12.5% CAGR
Stringent government regulations, requirement for compliance with emission standards, and increasing consumer inclination towards innovative safety technologies are transforming automobile industry. Rising public spending has resulted in increased automobile sales and road traffic, thereby enhancing the probability of accidents, property loss, and fatalities. 
6th March 2019

Moving towards level 5 autonomy

Moving towards level 5 autonomy
The complexity inherent in autonomous vehicle design will push the tools and methodologies used by automotive engineers to their limits. This is especially true in the electrical and electronic systems domains as they come to dominate the operation of a vehicle’s safety-critical systems and convenience features.  
5th March 2019

Image recognition SoC designed for automotive applications

Image recognition SoC designed for automotive applications
Toshiba has announced the development of an image recognition SoC (System on Chip) for automotive applications that implements deep learning accelerator at ten times the speed and four times the power efficiency of Toshiba’s previous product. Details of the technology were reported at the 2019 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in San Francisco on 19th February.
5th March 2019

New architectures for multi-camera operations in vehicles

New architectures for multi-camera operations in vehicles
Today’s surround view systems may have four cameras or more to observe and analyse the scene around an automobile. Typically, at least four camera streams will be stitched together in a 2D or 3D display for the best driver experience. Camera monitor systems (CMS), may require two cameras on the driver’s side and two cameras on the passenger side, rendering the video streams to create a very wide view. 
1st March 2019

embedded world: DSP lifts radar/lidar and 5G performance

embedded world: DSP lifts radar/lidar and 5G performance
Boosting performance by up to 10X for Automotive Radar/Lidar and up to 30X for 5G communications the Cadence Tensilica ConnX B20 DSP IP becomes the highest-performing DSP in the ConnX family. Based on a deeper processor pipeline architecture, this DSP provides a faster and more power-efficient solution for the automotive and 5G communications markets, including next-generation radar, lidar, vehicle-to-everything (V2X), user equipment (UE)/infrastructure and IoT applications.
26th February 2019


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Agile for Automotive 2019
15th May 2019
United States of America Detroit, MI