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Wyoming Legislature weighs a future for self-driving vehicles

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Why we’re still years away from having self-driving cars

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For the last five years, all anybody in the car world has talked about — well, apart from electrification — is autonomous driving. Carmakers began dropping the terms “self-driving” and “mobility” at car shows, Uber and its competitors poached engineers from university robotics labs en masse, and Tesla fans began squabbling on Twitter about whether the company’s Autopilot system can be called “autonomous.” (It can’t.) Meanwhile, Cadillac, Mercedes, Volvo, and others rolled out similarly equipped vehicles that aren’t quite autonomous but are more or less capable of driving themselves down highways, as long as drivers maintain a persistent vigil and nothing too weird happens along the way.
Meanwhile, visionary urban planners began rethinking city designs to envision what was sure to be a future uncluttered by automotive detritus — no more traffic signs or stoplights, no more cars parked by the side of the road. Vehicles would simply drop you off at your destination and vanish … somewhere. We were told cars would chat with each other and the roads themselves to modulate traffic flow, and that car accidents would no longer be a thing. In fact, the world was so optimistic about this future that then-US Secretary of Transportation Anthony …

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Why people might never use autonomous cars

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Automated driving is advancing all the time, but there’s still a critical missing ingredient: trust. Host Jennifer Strong meets engineers building a new language of communication between automated vehicles and their human occupants, a crucial missing piece in the push toward a driverless future. We meet:  Dr. Richard Corey and Dr. Nicholas Giudice, founders of the VEMI Lab at the University of MaineRyan Powell, UX Design & Research at Waymo.Rashed Haq, VP of Robotics at Cruise Credits: This episode was reported and produced by Jennifer Strong,Tanya Basu, Emma Cillekens and Tate Ryan-Mosley. We had help from Karen Hao and Benji Rosen. We’re edited by Michael Reilly and Gideon Lichfield.

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What will the rise of the autonomous and connected vehicle industry means for data centers? @CoreSite examines the role #edge computing play in this evolution. #selfdriving #autonomous #connectedcars #datacenter #autonomous #vehicles

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The autonomous Ford Fusion. (Photo: Ford Motor Co.)

Brian Eichman,  Director of Solution Architecture and Product Development at CoreSite, explores what the rise of the autonomous market and connected vehicle industry means for the data industry, as well as the role latency and edge computing play in this evolution. 
Brian Eichman, Director of Solution Architecture and Product Development, CoreSite
In the not-so-distant past, autonomous vehicles were mere figments of our imaginations. They were nothing more than a fanciful concept like flying cars and personal flight suits you’d see only in sci-fi films or magazines.
How times have changed. Today, thanks to the investments and talents of transportation and technology luminaries, driverless vehicles have logged more than 8 million test miles on public roads and are expected to make up nearly one-quarter of the global vehicle market by 2040.
While truly autonomous cars and trucks are still a ways off from dominating the roadways, by 2027 the global market size of connected cars may reach as high as $213 billion USD, as manufacturers and governments seek to improve travel efficiency, safety, and the overall driver (and passenger) experience.
But while companies continue to make headway in advancing the technologies that enable full autonomy, they’ …

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StreetDrone Unlocks Autonomous Vehicles with Enterprise ASLAN

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Pioneering autonomous technology company StreetDrone is breaking yet more new ground to make self-driving solutions affordable and accessible by launching the world’s first subscription-based self-driving software solution. Enterprise ASLAN is expressly aimed at companies with an interest in low-speed autonomous applications that require deployment in short timeframes. Removing the need for large capital investments in software by offering the industry’s first subscription solution, Enterprise ASLAN is focused on aligning the costs of operation with the savings realised through driverless operations for business.Enterprise ASLAN is intended to provide a comprehensive software solution for low-speed environments including last-mile deliveries, campus transport, ports and quayside freighting, bus and coach depot movements, car park management, airside support services, urban passenger transport & contactless medicine deliveries.In addition to reducing software costs with monthly subscription terms and shifting the financial focus for businesses from risky capital investment to operating expenditure, Enterprise ASLAN also provides commercial flexibility through access to StreetDrone’s expert engineering capability to help design applications for use in specific markets and environments. This removes the need for customers to …

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StreetDrone Unlocks Autonomous Vehicles with Enterprise ASLAN

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Pioneering autonomous technology company StreetDrone is breaking yet more new ground to make self-driving solutions affordable and accessible by launching the world’s first subscription-based self-driving software solution. Enterprise ASLAN is expressly aimed at companies with an interest in low-speed autonomous applications that require deployment in short timeframes. Removing the need for large capital investments in software by offering the industry’s first subscription solution, Enterprise ASLAN is focused on aligning the costs of operation with the savings realised through driverless operations for business.Enterprise ASLAN is intended to provide a comprehensive software solution for low-speed environments including last-mile deliveries, campus transport, ports and quayside freighting, bus and coach depot movements, car park management, airside support services, urban passenger transport & contactless medicine deliveries.In addition to reducing software costs with monthly subscription terms and shifting the financial focus for businesses from risky capital investment to operating expenditure, Enterprise ASLAN also provides commercial flexibility through access to StreetDrone’s expert engineering capability to help design applications for use in specific markets and environments. This removes the need for customers to …

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In the not-so-distant past, autonomous vehicles were mere figments of our imaginations. Not anymore … learn the role the data industry and edge computing is playing. @CoreSite #edge #autonomous #vehicles

in the not-so-distant past, autonomous vehicles were mere figments of our imaginations. not anymore … learn the role the data industry and edge computing is playing. @coresite #edge #autonomous #vehicles

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The autonomous Ford Fusion. (Photo: Ford Motor Co.)

Brian Eichman,  Director of Solution Architecture and Product Development at CoreSite, explores what the rise of the autonomous market and connected vehicle industry means for the data industry, as well as the role latency and edge computing play in this evolution. 
Brian Eichman, Director of Solution Architecture and Product Development, CoreSite
In the not-so-distant past, autonomous vehicles were mere figments of our imaginations. They were nothing more than a fanciful concept like flying cars and personal flight suits you’d see only in sci-fi films or magazines.
How times have changed. Today, thanks to the investments and talents of transportation and technology luminaries, driverless vehicles have logged more than 8 million test miles on public roads and are expected to make up nearly one-quarter of the global vehicle market by 2040.
While truly autonomous cars and trucks are still a ways off from dominating the roadways, by 2027 the global market size of connected cars may reach as high as $213 billion USD, as manufacturers and governments seek to improve travel efficiency, safety, and the overall driver (and passenger) experience.
But while companies continue to make headway in advancing the technologies that enable full autonomy, they’ …

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Autonomous shuttles: Large, diesel buses being replaced with electric, self-driving shuttles

autonomous shuttles: large, diesel buses being replaced with electric, self-driving shuttles

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Autonomous shuttles: Large, diesel buses being replaced with electric, self-driving shuttles

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Keolis launches a new 5G autonomous electric vehicle trial in Stockholm

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Keolis, in partnership with Urban ICT Arena, Telia, Ericsson Intel and T-engineering, has launched a new autonomous self-driving, electric minibus trial in Stockholm, Sweden, using 5G technology to control and supervise the vehicle remotely.

This trial aims to explore the safe introduction of self-driving autonomous electric vehicles in complex urban areas with a view to optimizing route planning and traffic.

The trial will be conducted in Royal Djurgården, one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations, from 24 September to 8 October 2020. The autonomous minibus, which will drive along a 1.6 km route, will serve the National Museum of Science and Technology, the Maritime Museum, the Nordic Museum and Vasa Museum.

In 2016, the Keolis Group launched a trial of the first autonomous vehicles in Lyon, France. Since then, it has operated autonomous vehicles in Australia, Belgium, Canada, the US and the UK, carrying 200,000 passengers and covering more than 100,000 km.

The pilot project at Djurgården explores how a system with 5G-connected vehicles, which are monitored by a control tower remotely, can facilitate the safe introduction of self-driving electric buses in more complex and demanding urban areas.

Benefits of such a system include improved route planning and traffic flows, reduced operational costs …

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COVID-19 Recovery Analysis: Automotive ADAS sensors market | Progression Toward Autonomous Vehicles to boost the Market Growth | Technavio

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Technavio has been monitoring the automotive ADAS sensors market and it is poised to grow by USD 24.96 bn during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of over 21% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment.This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200924005551/en/ Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Automotive ADAS Sensors Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire)Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues to transform the growth of various industries, the immediate impact of the outbreak is varied. While a few industries will register a drop in demand, numerous others will continue to remain unscathed and show promising growth opportunities. Technavio’s in-depth research has all your needs covered as our research reports include all foreseeable market scenarios, including pre- & post-COVID-19 analysis. We offer $1000 worth of FREE customizationThe market is fragmented, and the degree of fragmentation will accelerate during the forecast period. Continental AG, FLIR Systems Inc., HELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA, Leddartech Inc., ON Semiconductor Corp., Robert Bosch GmbH, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd., Siemens AG, Sony Corp., and Texas Instruments Inc. are some …

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