Driver Assistance Systems

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What can we expect for the future of driver assistance technology?

What can we expect for the future of driver assistance technology?
As we get closer to the prospect of 10 million self-driving cars being on the road by 2020 that was claimed in 2016, here, with Lookers, who provide a variety of cars such as the Ford Kuga Titanium, we look at driver assistance technologies which are now becoming standard in the UK.
13th November 2019

The next phase for autonomous cars

The next phase for autonomous cars
How is the acceleration of autonomous technologies forcing developers to rethink their intelligent vehicle approach?  This article explores some practical challenges and provides insights on the future of autonomous cars. The current acceleration of autonomous technologies is leading to unprecedented changes for the automotive industry.  A new reality arises for OEMs — they are racing to keep up with demands for technology in which they traditionally have limited expertise.   Guest blog written by Ty Kim, Wind River.
8th November 2019

Powering the next generation of ADAS

Powering the next generation of ADAS
  BlackBerry has announced that Hyundai Autron has selected BlackBerry QNX to power its next-gen advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving software platform. 
7th November 2019


Collaboration to accelerate development of autonomous vehicles

Collaboration to accelerate development of autonomous vehicles
Renesas Electronics has announced it has joined the Autonomous Vehicle Computing Consortium (AVCC) as a core member. Renesas joins leaders from across the automotive ecosystem, including vehicle OEMs, Tier1 suppliers, and other semiconductor suppliers to help solve some of the most significant challenges of deploying self-driving vehicles at scale.
30th October 2019

What is next for connected and smart vehicles?

What is next for connected and smart vehicles?
As the automotive industry continuously grows, so do the companies and consumers within it. Having recently attended the AutoSens show in Belgium, the European automotive sensor conference, it was interesting to see what is happening in this space, and all the innovation that is yet to come when it comes to the automotive sector. Being home to some of the most advanced minds when it comes to vehicle perception, ADAS and autonomous vehicles AutoSens 2019 allowed the vision of what the future potentially holds in the short term and long term when it comes to smart vehicles. 
16th October 2019

Driving simulator validates latest automotive megatrends

Driving simulator validates latest automotive megatrends
  A new compact and self-contained cube simulator, powerful enough to validate driver assistance and autonomous technologies in today’s vehicles, has been unveiled by Ansible Motion. Thanks to its compact footprint and sophisticated computational architecture.
26th September 2019

Autonomous cars and overcoming the inadequacies of road mapping

Autonomous cars and overcoming the inadequacies of road mapping
Functional safety standards for self‑driving cars require redundancy in case any of the sensors - LiDAR, radar, cameras, etc. - fails. While sensors such as radar and LiDAR may provide redundancy for object detection, when it comes to cameras only a highly accurate map can serve as the source of redundancy, helping the autonomous vehicle make the right decisions by comparing their visual glimpses of the world with a map stored in memory.
26th September 2019

Blink of an eye: Self-driving software analyses 150 vehicles a second

Blink of an eye: Self-driving software analyses 150 vehicles a second
Autonomous vehicles driving on London’s complex and congested streets are required to make 150 independent vehicle detections every second and can detect traffic lights in 1/2,000th of a second – faster than the human eye, according to Oxbotica. The Oxford-based company is already using its pioneering Universal Autonomy software system in cities, mines, airports, quarries and ports. This software can run on everyday computer hardware - similar to the power of an average desktop PC.  
25th September 2019

Modular solution tests the brains of autonomous vehicles

Modular solution tests the brains of autonomous vehicles
A solution to test the computing platform for autonomous vehicles (AVs) has been released by NI. AVs are complex systems to test. At the heart of the AV is a powerful computing platform that analyses the environment around the vehicle and determines the appropriate action to help ensure the safety of the car and its surroundings.
24th September 2019

Bringing the digital cockpit to hypercar manufacturers

Bringing the digital cockpit to hypercar manufacturers
The Qt Company has announced that high performance hypercar manufacturer, Koenigsegg Automotive AB has selected Qt’s cross-platform framework for the development of its in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems and instrument clusters. Qt supports software development of Koenigsegg’s SmartCenter, SmartWheel and SmartCluster products. SmartCenter and SmartWheel are used in the Jesko hypercar, whereas SmartCenter and SmartCluster products are used in Koenigsegg's Agera RS and Regera hypercars.
18th September 2019


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