today’s consumers aren’t quite yet bought into the idea of self-driving cars. On one side of the spectrum, 17.6 percent are terrified by self-driving cars, while, on the other side, only 4.6 percent say they will be purchasing one as soon as they can
DynamIQ brings greater levels of responsiveness for ADAS solution and increased safety capabilities which will enable partners to build ASIL-D compliant systems for safe operation under failure conditions.
Auto Windscreens is the only glass repair and replacement company using the vehicle manufacturers to recalibrate its customer’s windscreens, working with over 4000 dealerships to ensure that it has access to all of the vehicle manufacturer’s latest technology.
This is another example of the complexity of supporting future vehicles if access to advanced technical information is not widely distributed to aftermarket repair shops, ADAS systems that are compromised could result in new accidents, who will be liable? The original OEM?
Standards-based vehicle software such as RVI, deployed across multiple vehicle brands, will make this new connectivity a reality and will strengthen the foundation for future autonomous vehicle deployments in cities.
The challenge is to motivate carmakers to alter their business processes around collaboration, then competition versus the other way around. Many proposals are out there once they decide there is a greater gain in working together.
Self-Driving cars are at the top of the Gartner Hype Cycle this year, you know what comes next…the trough of disillusionment. Get ready for a rough landing and hopefully a smooth re-takeoff following VR and AR.
On February 23, the NIO EP9 drove autonomously without any interventions, recording a time of 2m 40.33s (two minutes, 40.33 seconds) at a top speed of 160 mph. The same day, the NIO EP9 also beat the fastest COTA lap time for a production car with a driver, achieving a lap time of 2m 11.30s (two minutes, 11.30 seconds) and reaching a top speed of 170 mph.