With the rapid enhancement of advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS) and automated driving technologies, autonomous-driving vehicles are becoming a reality.
TomTom (TOM2), revealed new technologies for autonomous driving, with the launch of TomTom AutoStream – a game-changing map delivery service that enables vehicles to build a horizon for the road ahead by streaming the latest map data from the TomTom cloud. Also announced TomTom MotionQ, a unique predictive driving concept to ensure the comfort of passengers in self-driving transport.
Mobileye, an Intel company, the global provider in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving technologies, and NavInfo, the autonomous driving solution providers in the China market with core businesses in HAD mapping and high accuracy positioning,
An industry group led by Nokia Bell Labs and including several academics in Finland has established a collaboration project called WIVE (WIreless for VErticals) to make it possible for new types of industries to gain competitive advantage from the latest wireless technologies, especially 5G.
Renesas Electronics, a supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, and Cogent Embedded Inc., a embedded software provider to the automotive industry, announced their joint development of a 3D surround view solution to assist drivers during parking or low speed maneuvers.
Power distribution provider REO UK has created an infographic outlining three ways to overcome problems with power quality in smart cities.
The report “Smart sensor market by Product (Image, Touch, motion, temperature, pressure, positions), Industry Trends, Estimation & Forecast, 2016-2024”, says the global smart sensor market was valued at $20.75 billion (€17.29 billion) in 2016, and is projected to reach $81.99 billion (€68.31 billion) by 2024, growing at a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 18.9% from 2017 to 2024.
How safe are our cars, really? While we may be excellent drivers, that means nothing if the car itself is suffering from mechanical faults. Cars over a certain age are obliged to undergo MOT certification every year, but during the 12 months between checks, there’s actually no legal need to undergo regular maintenance.