Home / ADAS (page 20)

ADAS

ADAS

Driverless “platoons” to be road tested in UK next year

UK_Transport-logo-Telematics-Wire

Published: March 09, 2016 | Cumbria Automated lorry convoys will take to British motorways this year under government plans to speed up deliveries and cut congestion. UK Chancellor George Osborne pledged last year to invest millions in automated car technology as a way of improve efficiency and reducing traffic congestion. …

Read More »

Hyundai Motors gets a “go-ahead” from Korean government to test autonomous vehicles on local roads

Published: March 08, 2016 | Seoul Hyundai Motor has received a license from the Korean Ministry of Transport for testing its autonomous-driving car on local roads, a move to facilitate the automaker’s plan to commercialize driverless vehicles by 2020. The government will ease rules to make it more convenient and …

Read More »

Global ADAS market to be nearly US$100 billion by 2022

P&S Market Research

The global advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) market is expected to grow from an estimated $19,813.0 million in 2015 to $99,643.7 million in 2022. Europe dominated the global market with an estimated $7,726.8 million market size in 2015. The global ADAS market is being driven due to several factors, including …

Read More »

75% Americans are “afraid” of getting driven by autonomous cars: AAA

AAA

Published: March 03, 2016 | Orlando, FL Three out of four U.S. drivers report feeling  “afraid” to ride in a self-driving car, according to a new survey from AAA. Despite this significant fear, AAA also found that drivers who own vehicles equipped with semi-autonomous features are, on average, 75 percent …

Read More »

HARMAN introduces advanced navigation solution with live data fusion and smart in-car audio solutions

Published: March 03,2016| Geneva HARMAN International Industries recently announced the European launch of its navigation solution, which will integrate route guidance instructions with connected safety information. With machine learning capability, it will create dynamic map layers on top of standard supplier-based maps to deliver the personalized and accurate route guidance experience. Using on-board map …

Read More »

HARMAN introduces eye and pupils tracking for driver monitoring system

Published: March 01,2016| Geneva HARMAN has launched pupil and eye tracking based driver monitoring system. The new technology measures increases in pupil dilation as an indication of a driver’s mental workload. HARMAN’s new proprietary eye and pupil tracking system recognizes high cognitive load and mental multitasking in the driver’s seat, …

Read More »

Drivers do not need to be present in the autonomous vehicles to be tested: New Zealand MoT

NZ_MoT_Telematics_Wire_logo

Published: March 01, 2016 | Wellington New Zealand Ministry of Transport (MoT) has released guidelines for testing of autonomous vehicles on public roads. The Government encourages the testing of semi and fully autonomous vehicles, as well as other Intelligent Transport Systems technologies in New Zealand, in order to facilitate our early …

Read More »

Goodyear reveals 3D-printed, magnetically levitated “Eagle-360” tire concept for self-driving vehicles

Goodyear

Published: March 01. 2016 | Geneva At the Geneva International Motor Show, Goodyear EU introduced spherical, 3-D printed tire for the long-term future when autonomous driving is expected to be more mainstream. The unique shape of the Goodyear Eagle-360 could contribute to safety and maneuverability to match the demands of …

Read More »

Hiroshima University and Cadence demonstrates effectiveness of Protium in ADAS algorithm development

Cadence

March 1, 2016 | San Jose Hiroshima University and Cadence Design Systems, announced that Hiroshima University ported its traffic sign recognition algorithms to the Cadence® Protium™ rapid prototyping platform and reduced its automotive Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) algorithm development time by up to 70 percent. The Hiroshima University’s research …

Read More »