Driver Assistance Systems

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Autonomous vehicles interact with each other for the first time

Autonomous vehicles interact with each other for the first time
On the 18th April 2018, the DRIVEN consortium demonstrated publicly for the first time the capabilities of its fleet of autonomous vehicles to interact and ‘talk’ to each other. From its headquarters at the RACE Building at the Culham Science Centre in Abingdon, DRIVEN set two of its vehicles, a white and blue 2014 Ford Fusion Titanium hybrid and a 2017 Ford Mondeo hybrid on the roads to show assembled media the latest milestone in the project.
20th April 2018

Connectivity technology selected for new autonomous systems

Connectivity technology selected for new autonomous systems
Real-Time Innovations (RTI) has announced that NextDroid, has selected RTI Connext DDS as the connectivity framework for its self-driving vehicles. NextDroid is currently developing a wide range of autonomous systems across both the automotive and maritime space. The company is leveraging RTI’s technology as part of a modular software architecture that enables real time processing of a variety of sensor data across a distributed computing platform.
13th April 2018

Platform enables training of autonomous vehicles in simulation

Platform enables training of autonomous vehicles in simulation
  UK-based driving simulation company, rFpro, has launched the first commercially available platform to train and develop autonomous vehicles in simulation. Using a digital environment to accurately represent the real world, the technology enables vehicle manufacturers to test their systems in every scenario imaginable.
4th April 2018


The arrival of self-driving cars with sensor fusion and processing

The arrival of self-driving cars with sensor fusion and processing
  At Siemens US Innovation Day in Chicago, Siemens introduced a breakthrough solution for the development of autonomous driving systems. The solution, part of the Simcenter portfolio, minimises the need for extensive physical prototyping while dramatically reducing the number of logged test miles necessary to demonstrate the safety of autonomous vehicles.
3rd April 2018

Low profile power inductors for advanced driver assistance systems

Low profile power inductors for advanced driver assistance systems
TDK Corporation has announced the MLD2012 series of multilayer inductors for automotive power circuits. The new components that are based on a ferrite core are available in a compact IEC 2012 (EIA 0805) package with a footprint of 2.0x1.25mm and an insertion height of just 0.5mm. The power inductors, which are qualified to AEC-Q200, offer inductance values ranging from 0.47-47µH and rated currents from 750-1,200mA. 
27th March 2018

Venturer driverless cars project at UKIVA

Venturer driverless cars project at UKIVA
The morning session of the UKIVA Machine Vision Conference and Exhibition will be set off by Professor Tony Pipe, Deputy Director at Bristol Robotics Laboratory, UWE, as he gives a Keynote presentation about the Venturer driverless cars project. The Venturer Consortium, led by SNC-Lavalin’s Atkins, consists of ten public, private and academic experts, including BAE Systems, Williams and Bristol Robotics Laboratory. 
23rd March 2018

Gatwick trials autonomous vehicles to shuttle staff across airfield

Gatwick trials autonomous vehicles to shuttle staff across airfield
  Gatwick’s 300 airside vehicles are stationary 90% of the time - as staff attend to aircraft and passengers - but a trial of electric-powered autonomous vehicles will soon see workers shuttled between popular locations on the airfield when it starts later this summer, the airport announced.
20th March 2018

It's all about connected cars

It's all about connected cars
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, G+D Mobile Security presented an eSIM management enabled solution that allows car owners to download their private mobile subscription to a second SIM which is soldered into the car's telematics box. This new approach uses G+D's eSIM management technology and will significantly ease the use of telephony and infotainment services in cars thanks to improved RF radio and service quality.
12th March 2018

Secure ADAS development with LynxSecure port

Secure ADAS development with LynxSecure port
Lynx Software Technologies is accelerating the development of secure ADAS vision and machine learning solutions in automotive, transportation and industrial applications. It announced that LynxSecure 6.0, the latest version of its Separation Kernel Hypervisor has been ported to the NXP S32V, according to the company one of the industry’s most popular platforms for autonomous machine vision applications.
12th March 2018

Exploring the behaviours of AI systems in autonomous driving

Exploring the behaviours of AI systems in autonomous driving
Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) and TÜV SÜD are launching a joint project to certify systems based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) used in autonomous driving and develop a ‘road worthiness test’ for algorithms. To do so, the experts will explore the learning behaviours of AI systems with the aim of being able to control the systems reactions. The main objective is to develop an open platform, known as ‘Genesis’, for OEMs, suppliers and technology companies.
12th March 2018


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