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Autoliv and Seeing Machines to develop next generation driver monitoring systems for autonomous vehicles

Autoliv is to collaborate Seeing Machines to develop next generation driver monitoring systems (DMS) for autonomous vehicles. Autoliv is a leader in automotive safety systems and Seeing Machines is a leader in computer vision based human sensing technologies. The companies will develop a state-of-the-art DMS that can detect distracted and …

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OmniVision collaborates with Netradyne to develop Driveri, a new aftermarket intelligent driving monitoring system

OmniVision Technologies, a developer of advanced digital imaging solutions has announced its technical collaboration with Netradyne, a commercial-vehicle technology solutions provider specializing in deep learning and artificial intelligence (AI), to develop Driveri, a new aftermarket intelligent driving monitoring system for commercial fleet vehicles and consumer automotive applications. Integrating OmniVision’s OV2775 …

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Waymo receives a patent for technology that can reduce the force of impact experienced during a collision

Collisions involving at least one vehicle occur frequently and often cause serious harm. The force of the vehicle’s impact is a primary factor in the amount of damage that is caused by the vehicle. Waymo is working to design a vehicle that can reduce the force of impact experienced during …

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DENSO develops 24-GHz submillimeter-wave radar sensor, used in the 2018 Toyota Camry

DENSO Corporation has developed a 24-GHz submillimeter-wave rear and side radar sensor to help enhance vehicle safety systems. The sensor is used in the 2018 Toyota Camry released this past July. It’s strategically built into the rear bumper of the vehicle to detect other vehicles likely to enter the driver’s …

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Autonomous cars get puzzled by road signs

According to a new study led by the University of Washington, it was found that autonomous cars can be puzzled by road signs. The computer brain set used in autonomous cars could be fooled into thinking a Stop sign is a 45 mph Speed Limit or other sign if a …

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Survey: More than half of new car buyers expect to own at least one self-driving automobile in their household in the next 10 yrs

Bosch conducted a survey to further understand the sentiment of car owners toward automated driving and ADAS features. The survey reached 1,000 U.S. based new car buyers, aged 18 or older, who have purchased or leased at least one vehicle within the last five model years, and intend to buy …

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Nissan is introducing e-Pedal in its new Leaf models

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Nissan is introducing e-Pedal in its new Leaf models. To use it the drivers need to flip a switch to transform their accelerator into an e-Pedal. The e-Pedal can be used to accelerate, decelerate and come to a complete stop using just one pedal. It is being claimed that e-Pedal …

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Continental tests its robo-taxi in Frankfurt

Continental recently tested its autonomous minibus, Cube in Frankfurt Germany. The purpose behind these trials is to identify all the essential technical requirements that enable safe, driverless passenger transport in urban areas. The company aims to find answers to questions about its product strategy and to deliver leading technology for …

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Panasonic develops a drowsiness-control technology

Panasonic Corporation has developed a drowsiness-control technology for detecting and predicting a person’s level of drowsiness and allowing to stay comfortably awake. This technology detects a driver’s shallow drowsiness at the initial state by accurately measuring the driver’s states without physical contact, including blinking features and facial expressions, etc. captured …

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Nexar launches AI-based road safety App based on Qualcomm Snapdragon for smartphones

Nexar has announced the first driving safety application leveraging the Qualcomm Snapdragon Neural Processing Engine (NPE) SDK. The Nexar app will now be able to provide advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), including unprecedented real-time forward-collision warnings and other life-saving features, to hundreds of millions of vehicles whose drivers own Android phones …

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