Autonomous Vehicles
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Contributor: PA Consulting Group
Posted: 10/13/2017
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New report explores the barriers to adoption of autonomous vehicles in the UK, and beyond. A new report by PA Consulting Group forecasts that autonomous vehicles (AVs) won’t be widespread on UK roads until at least 2027. Full Content »
Contributor: Seth Adler
Posted: 10/09/2017
Allan Martinson
There’s no reason why delivery can’t be autonomous—in fact it should be—according to Starship COO Allan Martinson Full Content »
Contributor: Sumit Dutta
Posted: 09/15/2017
Frederik Diederichs
Autonomous cars have gone from concept to possibility in the last few years, and the companies innovating in the field are dealing with increasingly complex challenges in order to make the leap from possibility to reality. Frederik Diederichs, Human-Factors Engineering at Fraunhofer IAO, speaks about the opportunities and possibilities ahead. Full Content »
Contributor: AIIA Network Research
Posted: 09/15/2017
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Find out how NVIDIA’s supercomputer “brain” for autonomous cars, which accepts all of the automobile’s sensory inputs and makes sense of them. We demonstrate how NVIDIA’s hardware can tell the difference between trucks, cars, police vehicles, ambulances and so forth. Full Content »
Contributor: Sumit Dutta
Posted: 09/15/2017
Torben Pawellek
The foundations of autonomous cars has been laid, and "this development phase can be considered the natural preliminary stage of autonomous driving." Torben Pawellek of TU Braunshweig discusses C2X, the challenges facing innovative assistance functions, and the opportunities. Full Content »
Contributor: Sumit Dutta
Posted: 09/11/2017
Hakan Sivencrona
Advanced-driver assistance technologies such as automate lighting and adaptive cruise control have been around for years. But Håkan Sivencrona, the Functional Safety Manager / Lead System Engineer at Delphi, isn’t looking behind him. He’s looking at what technologies are making their way into the autonomous vehicle of tomorrow. Full Content »
Contributor: Timothy Hodgetts
Posted: 09/07/2017
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Self-driving cars will change how we live, in all sorts of ways. But they won’t just affect us humans – the coming revolution in autonomous transport has significant implications for wildlife as well. Full Content »
Contributor: Sumit Dutta
Posted: 09/05/2017
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Cem Saraydar is the Director of the Electrical and Control Systems Research Lab for General Motors. He talks with John McElroy about the company’s Super Cruise feature, which will debut on the 2017 Cadillac CT6 flagship sedan and how drivers will not have to keep their hands on the steering wheel while driving autonomously. Full Content »
Contributor: Sumit Dutta
Posted: 09/01/2017
Noah Lassar
Vehicles must not only be efficient, fast, comfortable – and in this industry, smarter than humans – they must also be reliable. Noah Lassar, Manager of Reliability Engineering at Google / Waymo, is responsible for ensuring that the electrical components of the car keep working. One might say it’s his job to stress out the smart car in the lab – to anticipate faults in the field and nip them in the bud. Full Content »
Contributor: Oliver Christie
Posted: 08/18/2017
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Artificial Intelligence will become the ultimate reflection of who we are, both individually and as a society. With this in mind, how should it be managed? Full Content »
Contributor: Sumit Dutta
Posted: 08/12/2017
The Cost of a Crashproof Car
Richard Wallace is the Director of Transportation Systems Analysis at the Center for Automotive Research. He talks with John McElroy about when autonomous cars will be available to real consumers and what they will cost. Wallace asks: what premium would you pay for a car that can never crash? Full Content »
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Contributor: AIIA Network Research
Posted: 09/15/2017
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Find out how NVIDIA’s supercomputer “brain” for autonomous cars, which accepts all of the automobile’s sensory inputs and makes sense of them. We demonstrate how NVIDIA’s hardware can tell the difference between trucks, cars, police vehicles, ambulances and so forth.

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Contributor: Sumit Dutta
Posted: 09/05/2017
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Cem Saraydar is the Director of the Electrical and Control Systems Research Lab for General Motors. He talks with John McElroy about the company’s Super Cruise feature, which will debut on the 2017 Cadillac CT6 flagship sedan. Saraydar explains how drivers will not have to keep their hands on the steering wheel while driving autonomously.Presented Full Video »
Contributor: PA Consulting Group
Posted: 10/13/2017
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New report explores the barriers to adoption of autonomous vehicles in the UK, and beyond. A new report by PA Consulting Group forecasts that autonomous vehicles (AVs) won’t be widespread on UK roads until at least 2027. Full Sector Report »
Contributor: AIIA Network Research
Posted: 08/11/2017
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This thorough, 200-page report, courtesy of the RAND Transportation, Space, and Technology Program, explores legislative activity, cyber hacks, the role of telematics and communications, and liability implications, among many other topics surrounding autonomous cars. Full Sector Report »

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