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Posts tagged with 'autonomous driving'

13 Jun, 2014

John Day We hadn’t heard a lot from Intel lately, but that changed this week. Seems it never rains but it pours. The company not only introduced Intel® In-Vehicle Solutions, which it described as a family of hardware and software products, but also announced automotive technology-related research projects, investments, and collaborations with several other automotive systems developers. Intel® In-Vehicle Solutions … Read More

XSe, Wind River, QNX, cloud connectivity, sensors, Symphony Teleca, Tobii Technology, autonomous driving, Green Hills Software, Intel In-Vehicle Solutions, Hyundai Genesis, IVI systems, CloudMade, McAfee, Mobica, driver information system, intel, Infiniti Q50, Intel Capital Connected Car Fund, ZMP

28 Apr, 2014

John Day IHS Technology predicts that the market for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) semiconductor devices will quadruple from $643.8 million in 2010 to $2.6 billion in 2020 thanks to increasing demand for car and driver safety systems. The research firm expects that market for ADAS chips to grow by 20% this year. Take image sensors, for example, used in front-view camera systems. They can analyze … Read More

LIDAR, Lane Departure Warning, radar, autonomous driving, data-fusion modules, Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), IHS, Traffic Sign Recognition, image sensors, front-view camera systems, headlight control

18 Sep, 2012

John Day   Volvo hopes to take a leadership position in autonomous driving. “Our present systems for auto braking, lane keeping aid and adaptive cruise control could be described as the first steps towards autonomous driving,” says Marcus Rothoff, Volvo’s product attribute manager, driver assistance. “Now, we are moving towards technologies with a higher degree of autonomous driving in normal traffic situations.” Volvo’s … Read More

auto braking, autonomous driving, Volvo, lane keeping, SARTRE (Safe Road Trains for the Environment) project

30 Mar, 2012

John Day How close are we to the reality of autonomous driving? Is it closer than we might think, still years away and dependent  on the widespread deployment of V2X technology, or both? Tier one supplier Continental completed a two-week, 6,000-mile automated driving endurance test on public roads in Nevada. It credited knowledge gained from the car that won the DARPA Urban Challenge in 2007 and from HAVEit, … Read More

V2X, MK 100 electronically controlled braking system, Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), autonomous driving, 2013 Cadillac XTS, GM, HAVEit, DARPA Urban Challenge, electric power steering (EPS)

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