“We view the data as your data,” Butler said. “We at Ford are merely stewards of that data on your behalf. We’re not doing anything without your informed consent and permission.”
Sounds reasonable enough for the average teenager to trust. How many people really know what “their” data is, let alone combined with the car data?
Toyota announced that it is investing US $1 billion over the next five years to establish a new R&D arm headquartered in Silicon Valley
Yes nice hair. and $1B is a lot of money. Must be a good market for Toyota to move this aggressively in US.
“In the past you could take a knife and cut the brakes. But today you can hack a car remotely with a PC like you can hack an online store or a bank account,” Helmbrecht added.
The EU is just part of the effort to solve automotive cyber security. Can this be solved by governments or the private sector? Both will try since it is such as popular topic, albeit very complex.
We’re basically one of four places in the United States where this is going to be happening first,” Frey said
The states continue to race for Federal funding to prove V2X works, of course it does – with limitations. Good to see at least one automaker on board, GM.
While some love the idea and others fear it, most experts agree that the road to autonomy will not be a straight one.
In a good discussion during the LA Auto Show, I think the agreed “hype” will result in some very useful innovations in safety. The carmakers are taking the lead before they get regulated by governments unaware of the engineering limitations.
Combined, we call this “V2x.”
Along with the rest of the automotive and transportation industry, Intel is aligned on messaging. Execution?
Over 90 percent of drivers surveyed in the United States have expressed a desire to use a vehicle equipped with a V2X system
It would be good to have a world standard for V2X, which would include China. Question is, will consumers pay or the taxpayers?
“For 100 years, automobiles have been a mechanical engineering industry,” said the center’s director, Dragos Maciuca, who on his morning commute drives past a nearby research center of German automotive electronics and parts supplier Bosch. “Now, there is the shift to software — and the mecca of software is Silicon Valley.”
How much software will it take to launch autonomous cars into the real world? A lot, and it seems the industry is investing heavily to be first to market. A lot different than the DSRC thing very few know about.
Should mention that I will be interviewing people personally and Autopilot reports directly to me. This is a super high priority
Talk about personal attention from one of the most noted industry figures in automotive. I’d expect a long line of applicants.
Intel also continues to integrate different kinds of sensors, wireless connectors, and other new technology into the PC.
I wonder how the “continued effort” will continue in the wake of massive spending shifts affecting PC development also revealed at the Intel investor meeting.