Foretellix CES 2020 no more dumb miles

Quality versus Quantity If you drive the same route from work to home every day, you’re going to know those miles better than any software program. You’ll know when Ms. Smith opens her blinds and when Mr. Rogers and his dog stop at the corner. These are called dumb miles or quantity of miles. Dumb [...]

Cybersecurity is a real automotive threat

Upstream Security Automotive related cybersecurity incidents doubled in 2019, increasing 605% since 2016; the AutoThreat Intelligence service delivers critical visibility to address growing cyberattacks on connected vehicles. HERZLIYA, Israel – Upstream Security, a leading provider of cloud-based automotive cybersecurity solutions, today released its 2020 Automotive Cybersecurity Report. The report highlights vulnerabilities and insights identified during [...]

BMW recognizes Recogni AI for autonomous vehicles

Mountain View, Calif. (July 31, 2019) -BMW i Ventures announced an investment in Recogni Inc., designers of a vision-oriented artificial intelligence (AI) platform for autonomous vehicles. Recogni Inc focuses on creating high-performance and low-power AI processing to help make autonomous cars a reality. “The ability to process sensor data on the edge efficiently and in real-time [...]

By |2019-08-05T14:56:45-07:00August 5th, 2019|Categories: Autonomous vehicles|Tags: |0 Comments

Automated vehicles, electric cars, flying into the future

Automated vehicles, electric cars, flying into the future Imagine if you could travel back, say, one hundred years, and you were talking with the people about what life was like in 2019. Can you imagine the look they’d have on their faces when you told them that you could go anywhere you please in your [...]

Hyundai remotely changes parking places when EV is finished charging

It's the ultimate in EV charging to relocate to another parking space so that the charging unit is available to another EV user that needs to charge their vehicle. But sometimes work gets in the way of gentility. Hyundai is bringing civility back to the world of charging. The System won't be available until 2025 [...]

Dubai $5 Million Challenge for Self-Driving Transport

At the Washington Auto Show, there was a plenary session of countries talking about the advancements each Nation has made in self-driving cars and transportation. The Ministry of Economy for the United Arab Emirates, Talal M. Al Kaissi, and counterparts from Germany, South Korea, and other countries exchanged ideas on emerging trends in autonomous driving [...]

Got a great idea? Need money? NSF

At the Washington Auto Show The National Science Foundation (NSF) showed off one of the projects they funded. The NSF funds more than 3,000 autonomous vehicle research projects. The organization is dedicated to funding projects in science and engineering research and education that will directly impact our world. A great example is a Collaborative Research [...]

Continental’s 3D Flash Lidar already in use

Continental at CES While most people at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) are talking about 3D Flash LIDAR in cars, Brashtech is putting the Continental G6A1 Flash LiDAR Camera in their drones. Evan Flyn, Engineer for the High-resolution 3D Flash Lidar ADAS, Continental said that the properties that make this Lidar so valuable in a [...]

By |2020-01-29T18:19:21-08:00January 11th, 2018|Categories: Automobiles and Energy, Autonomous vehicles|Tags: |0 Comments

Autonomous Stuff at GTC17 deep learning

“We envision a future society where autonomous vehicles whisk people safely and comfortably around beautiful cities,” said Jensen Huang, chief executive officer and founder of NVIDIA. “The development of a self-driving car is one of the greatest technical challenges that’s ever been tackled. Nvidia is a company whose, according to Huang, the reason for existence [...]

By |2017-08-14T13:57:03-07:00May 20th, 2017|Categories: Autonomous vehicles, Technology|Tags: , |0 Comments

CES technology you’ve come a long way bandwidth

What did bandwidth get you back in the 1980s? the 90s? the beginning of the 21st century? Brett Stark, Continental's telematics group goes through the levels of bandwidth. What year/decade did Level 1 bandwidth come on the market? What could one do on Level 1? We go through the levels of bandwidth with Stark and [...]

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