Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) increase car safety by helping with monitoring, warning, braking and steering tasks. These systems are set to grow over the next decade, driven in part by advancements in sensing and laser technologies, and by regulatory change.
There may be a vast number of opportunities for mobile fronthaul and backhaul on the horizon but improvements in protocols, standards and technology will also need to be made.
We talk a lot about how connected cars and autonomous vehicles are going to shape smart cities, but that’s looking through the wrong end of the binoculars, writes Annie Turner. Cities are going to have a profound impact on the automotive industry in future.
Spirent, the trusted provider of test, measurement, assurance and analytics solutions for next-generation devices and networks, announced the company-wide “Promise. Assured.” business initiative to
Hailo, developers of a proprietary chip technology for deep learning on edge devices, is extending its efforts to work with technology and business partners in Japan and South Korea.
New findings from Juniper Research reveal that by the end of 2026 there will be over 50 million autonomous vehicles on the road, with over 10 million in the US and 15 million in the Far East and China. In comparison, the global market will account for 1.5 billion vehicles on the road during the same year.
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Trillium Secure, Inc., a global provider of cybersecurity protection and secure data management for vehicles and fleets, has announced an $11 million (€9.36 million) round of Series A2 funding led by JAFCO. Other participating investors included Airbus Ventures, Deutsche Bahn Digital Ventures, Mitsubishi UFJ Capital, Tokyo Century Corporation and Plug and Play Ventures.
In anticipation of Faraday Future’s launch of its first intelligent electric car, Gemalto announced it is providing the data security and encryption technology that will help protect the software that powers the car and data collected from everyday use of its cars.