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Six Minute Webinar Episode 17 Robotaxis Taking to Streets as Self-Driving Technology Accelerates
Billions of dollars and intense competition define this early market for autonomous vehicles. Listen and find out how Robotaxis are creating a new mobility paradigm.
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Hardware Consolidation: The Key to Reducing Costs, Achieving Long-Term Sustainable Business.
Across the automotive supply chain, software-defined architectures appear to be following a clear path to ensure future-proof vehicles. With software architectures disrupting the traditional hardware-based automotive industry, progress in semiconductor component development is essential to consolidate and achieve the desired system simplification and cost effectiveness for the mobility industry of the future.
Luminar Scores Lidar Homeruns With Heavy Hitter OEMs and Tier 1s
Luminar becomes a true luminary in the AV sector after scoring investments and agreements with major OEMs and Tier 1s for integration of its technology in future ADAS and autonomous vehicles.
Eat Your Heart Out, Detroit: Autonomous Volvo SUV With Ride Pilot to Debut in California First
Volvo Cars plans to debut its new unsupervised Ride Pilot system in California with testing to begin in 2022, and will offer the feature as a paid subscription to consumers after it is validated.
Arm Strengthens Automotive IP Portfolio with SOAFEE
On Sept. 15, Arm announced a new direction in its IP and technology portfolio to address the transformation of the automotive industry whose center of gravity is rapidly moving toward software, rather than hardware, components.
It appears evident that open-software platforms are of strategic import for the new mobility era. This role is evident not only from different bodies and companies investing in them, but also the effect on regional interests that are characterizing the automotive industry lately, with counterposing economic powers trying to dominate.
BlueCruise: Ride the Pony Hands Free as 2022 Mustang Mach-E GT Takes to Streets
Ford’s BlueCruise is a strong addition to the Level 2+ driver assistance sector, scoring a solid “B” in performance and promising more reliable hands-free driving in more locations as the technology evolves.
GENIVI Rebranding Reflects Auto Connectivity’s Faster Pace
There has been industry chatter the adoption of Google operating systems is making the GENIVI Alliance unnecessary, but even Google sources say that’s not true.
Software Defined Vehicles: A Fierce Shift from Hardware to Software Architectures
Across the automotive supply chain, software-defined vehicles appear to be following a clear path to future-proof architectures. Software architectures and standardized software platforms are fundamental to simplifying vehicle functional complexity while keeping up with the pace of technology and innovation, spanning from vehicle’s implementation to the back end and infrastructure digitalization.
Robotaxis Taking to Streets as Self-Driving Technology Accelerates
Billions of dollars of investment and development are paying off as major robotaxi companies plan to launch commercial ride-hailing services over the next three years.
Smarter Than Humans? AI for AVs: Sensing, Perception, Prediction and Planning
Autonomous vehicles use AI running on powerful processors to make sense of sensor data to perceive the world around them and chart a safe path to the destination.
Q&A: Amazon’s Zoox Executives Talk Tech and Mobility-As-A-Service
Zoox CFO Ilan Hart and Bruce Baumgartner, Vice President of Procurement & Strategic Partnerships, discuss their company, their technology and the future of personal transportation in urban areas.
Software Defined Architectures: The Burgeoning Business Model
Next-generation E/E architectures will create new business models for automakers and suppliers. But a Wards Intelligence survey shows few see themselves as pacesetters, and there’s some uncertainty about where the best monetization opportunities are. The massive change in operations, and the associated costs, will put constraints on the timeframe and depth of the changes in infrastructure and vehicle architectures that OEMs will be able to address.
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