Month: June 2019

UK's Leading Autonomous Vehicle Show

Renovo and Seagate work together to develop next generation data management solutions for autonomous vehicles

Renovo, the global autonomous vehicle software company,  announced their cooperation with Seagate Technology plc (STX), a world leader in data storage solutions. This will fuel Renovo’s autonomous vehicle data management and orchestration efforts, ahead of a product announcement in this space in the next few weeks. “Rapidly Identifying valuable data and getting it in the…
Read more

28th June 2019 0

Autonomous Vehicles and Industry 5.0 are the basis for future-oriented traffic concepts in Smart Cities

Climate scientists, urban developers, citizen initiatives, as well as many local politicians, stress it like a prayer wheel: traffic in and around cities must change. Changing traffic patterns is the only way; the collapse of urban infrastructure be avoided, and our towns remain worth living in. For a long time, the topic of urban congestion…
Read more

27th June 2019 0

As Cars Become Increasingly Driverless, People Are Already Seeking Analogue Motoring Experiences

According to those in the industry, and researchers too, driverless cars will totally revolutionize the way we think about individual transport. They will change the way we work and rest. They could herald the end of traffic jams, and have the potential to change the lives of disabled people, to give a few examples. But…
Read more

26th June 2019 0

Future air travel looks high-tech, autonomous, and electric

While everyone on the ground is stressing about self-driving cars, the future of flight is also moving more toward autonomous planes, as seen at the 2019 edition of the Paris Air Show. The air show is one of the biggest aerospace events annually and everyone from established names to newer companies showed off concept craft…
Read more

25th June 2019 0

Self-driving car startup Argo AI is giving researchers free access to its HD maps

Argo AI is releasing curated data along with high-definition maps to researchers for free, the latest company in the autonomous vehicle industry to open-source some of the information it has captured while developing and testing self-driving cars. The aim, the Ford Motor-backed company says, is to give academic researchers the ability to study the impact…
Read more

24th June 2019 0

The Future With Level 5 Autonomous Cars

  Have you ever wondered about a future where fully autonomous cars dominate the roads, and how this will impact your life? How will the way we live, work, interact socially, and care for the needy, disabled and elderly change when we expect vehicles to be able to drive themselves safely from point to point…
Read more

21st June 2019 0

Smart roads: What driverless cars will need

The arrival of autonomous vehicles on our roads now seems just a matter of time. But what about smart roads that complement driverless vehicles? To find the answer we talked to professor Şahin Albayrak As technology develops with every passing day, fully driverless cars are not a distant dream anymore. At this point, smart roads…
Read more

20th June 2019 0

Don’t Overestimate the ‘Semi’ in Semiautonomous Cars

Tesla may snatch the headlines around the rise of semiautonomous vehicle features that take some of the work of the driver, but its monopoly is unlikely to last: A new report finds that in the first quarter of this year, approximately 7 percent of new cars sold in the US were capable of guiding themselves…
Read more

19th June 2019 0

ZF Develops Dual Lens Camera for ADAS, Autonomous Systems

ZF says its new Dual-cam system is an important part of Level 2 autonomous features used in advanced driver assistance systems. Beginning next year, ZF will use a two-lens camera system to improve the performance and functionality of various advanced driver safety features. The Dual-cam two-lens camera is specifically designed for the commercial truck market…
Read more

18th June 2019 0

Volvo Trucks’ autonomous vehicle is hauling goods in Sweden

Volvo Trucks’ autonomous vehicle Vera is ready to hit the road. In collaboration with ferry and logistics company DFDS, Vera will begin transporting goods between a logistics centre and a port terminal in Gothenburg, Sweden. The vehicle will haul shipping containers along a predefined route, including a stretch of public roads. Ultimately, Volvo hopes to…
Read more

17th June 2019 0