Autonomous Vehicle Technology Futures 2018
The editors of Autonomous Vehicle Technology are publishing articles from the top CEOs, CTOs, and chief engineers of vehicle makers and suppliers as well as marketing/technical analysts on the future, benefits, and challenges for vehicle autonomy, connectivity, electrification, and mobility services. Included will be the broader transportation ecosystem topics such as policymaking, city planning, architecture, telecommunication, road/bridge design, standards development, legal and insurance implications.
Reg Harnish | Marco Della Torre | Gary Silberg | Derek Viita | Hakan Yilmaz | Kyle Williams | Danny Atsmon | Lawrence Vivolo | Steve Lietaert | McKinsey & Company | Ishrat Hakim | Jeff Harris | Paul Goossens | David Ploucha | Dr. Kay Stepper | Mel Kirk | David Bem | Nikhil Naikal | Grant Reig
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The future of cybersecurity for autonomous vehicles
For the automotive industry to prepare for new cybersecurity threats, Reg Harnish, CEO, GreyCastle Security, suggests a few things that need to be considered before we completely hand over the keys to our robot counterparts.
The clockspeed dilemma is accelerating
Gary Silberg, Automotive Sector Leader at KPMG LLP, discusses how companies can thrive in the new automotive environment.
Autonomous and connected mobility will continue to require efficient and clean propulsion systems
Hakan Yilmaz is Chief Technology Officer of BorgWarner Inc. believes that, as more autonomous and connected technologies are added in vehicles, propulsion efficiency will remain critical.
Can we regulate AVs wisely when they still have so much to learn?
Danny Atsmon, CEO of Cognata believes that, in crucial ways, autonomous vehicles can’t perceive what human babies can.
Connected and autonomous cars are driving a new generation of data center requirements
Lawrence Vivolo, Senior Business Development Manager for Dell EMC, believes that a new generation of artificial intelligence-enabled data centers will emerge in support of connected autonomous vehicles that will be equipped with new hardware and software architectures enabling large-scale, real-time analytics and machine intelligence.
Safety or beauty? Radomes let automakers choose
Steve Lietaert, President, HELLA Corporate Center, says that the decorative automotive radome has arrived, so automakers, consumers, and engineers don’t have to sacrifice anything for a fully optimum radar system.
Infrared LEDs and lasers light the way for autonomous vehicles
Ishrat Hakim, President and CEO, North America, Osram Opto Semiconductors, writes how infrared LEDs and lasers are helping to illuminate the road ahead for autonomous vehicles.
A smarter approach to transit electrification
Paul Goossens, Vice President of Engineering Solutions at Maplesoft, suggests using model-based strategies for informed, lower-risk implementation of new transit systems.
Vehicle bonding through connected services
David Ploucha, Aptiv Connected Services President, says that vehicles are becoming the largest source of data worldwide, and it’s critical for the appropriate data to be analyzed in real-time to enable autonomous vehicles, mobility-on-demand services, and the emerging data marketplace.
The future of self-driving cars—and the road to understanding the evolution
Dr. Kay Stepper, VP, Head of Driver Assistance & Automated Driving, Bosch in North America writes about the importance of educating the public on ADAS and the stages of the pending transition to automated vehicles.
The hidden layers of smart mobility
David Bem, Chief Technology Officer and Vice President, Science and Technology, PPG, shares how coatings science is contributing to autonomous-driving systems and electrified powertrains.