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As automotive manufacturers continue exploring the possibilities of SAE Level 5, industry suppliers are working on solutions and components that are likely to become a reality sooner than the proposed dates of full autonomy.
Four disruptive mega-trends—shared mobility, electrification, technology convergence, and new market entrants—are driving the transformation of the automotive value chain, this according to the latest Deloitte supplier study.
As the industry continues to unveil new driver-assist features—assisted parallel parking, intersection collision warning, lane change assistance, and emergency braking—the possibilities seem endless for building a safer car of the future and reducing the 1.6 million automobile-related deaths each year.
Shmulik Shapiro of RSIP Vision talks about how advanced driver assistance systems enhanced by AI are important stepping stones to autonomous vehicle technologies and can provide new levels of safety for drivers, passengers, and other road users.
September 1, 2019
Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADASs) are getting a lot of attention lately—and for good reason.
Uri Tamir of Mobileye shows how cities can cost-effectively improve their infrastructure while enhancing safety by harnessing the data that comes from the latest advanced driver assistance systems cameras.
September 1, 2019
Each year the National League of Cities publishes a report analyzing speeches made by mayors across the country to learn about the biggest issues facing U.S. city leaders.
Mike Walters and Michael Deruytter of FLIR Systems Inc. discuss how thermal imaging combined with V2X technology can help bridge the gap in the existing sensor suite to provide for consistent connected mobility.
July 22, 2019
Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) crash-avoidance technologies rely on communication of information between nearby vehicles and infrastructure to warn drivers about potentially dangerous situations that could lead to crashes.
Check out the November 2019 issue of AVT, features liability for autonomous vehicles, EV opportunities for the aftermarket, data privacy of connected vehicles, and software platforms and virtualization.