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CES 2016: QNX releases new software platforms for ADAS, automated driving and in-car acoustics

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Published: January 7, 2016 | Las Vegas, NV This is year at CES,  QNX, much like every year,  has launched two software platforms: one that can speed the development of automated driving systems, and one that can transform how acoustics applications are implemented in the car. Last month, QNX partnered …

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Harman @ CES 2016: Connected services, drones, ADAS, active safety, Office 365 and more…

Published: January 07, 2016 | Las Vegas, NV Harman showcases its expertise cutting across various automotive verticals at CES 2016. The HARMAN experience showcase is located at the Hard Rock Hotel. Following are some of the takeaways from Harman’s booth.  Pupil tracking for driver monitoring Harman has revealed a pupil tracking …

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CES 2016: Volvo and Ericsson collaborate to bring streaming content for autonomous cars

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Published: January 05, 2016 | Las Vegas, NV Volvo research shows that almost 70 per cent of all mobile data traffic will be from video in the coming years. This requires an innovative connectivity, cloud and analytics solution that is not only capable of serving multiple moving vehicles across a …

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Airbiquity and Arynga make automotive OTA updates as easy as smartphones

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Published: January 05, 2015 | Seattle, WA Total worldwide automaker cost savings for over-the-air update events are forecasted to grow from $2.7 billion in 2015 to over $35 billion by 2022 Airbiquity announced a partnership with Arynga to enable remote software update campaigns for connected car systems and components from the cloud. …

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Nissan develops virtual desktop with HP and Siemens to access vehicle data

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Published: December 23,2015 | Yokohama Nissan Motor Corporation, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Siemens AG today announced they have developed the industry’s first next-generation vehicle design infrastructure that provides Nissan’s global R&D centers with a continuous, high-speed connection to the latest vehicle development data. The solution’s engineering virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) …

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QNX enters autonomous driving partnership with Hungarian start-up AdasWorks

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Published: December 11, 2015 | Ottawa QNX Software Systems and AdasWorks, an innovative startup developing artificial intelligence-based software for automated driving, announced a technology partnership focused on advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles. Read more about QNX’s activities on autonomous vehicles through this exclusive interview of Andrew Poliak, Global …

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NHTSA to include collision prevention system in Auto Safety Ratings

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Published: December 11, 2015 | Washington DC NHTSA officials said their plans for a revised system will include an additional crash test, more human-like crash test dummies, assessing pedestrian protection, allowing half-stars in ratings for the first time ever, and ranking crash-avoidance technologies like automatic braking. The vehicle safety ratings …

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Autonomous cars and the legal question

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Published: December 10, 2015 The term “Autonomous Vehicle” was newly defined in the Motor Vehicle Management Act, which was amended on August 11, 2015. Pursuant to the new provisions on autonomous vehicles, the issuance of permits for temporary operation of such vehicles became possible for test runs and research purposes. …

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Hyundai to develop “computer chips” for autonomous cars

Published: December 09, 2015 | Seoul Hyundai Motor is considering developing its own computer chips and sensors used in autonomous driving to gain fuller control over components seen as being crucial to future development of cars. South Korea’s largest carmaker currently buys parts for autonomous driving-related technologies from affiliates and …

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Autonomous driving experts represent Autoliv’s advisory board

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Published: December 09, 2015 | Israel Autoliv has strengthened its capabilities with yet another effort towards developing leading knowledge within Driver Behavior, Autonomous Driving and Real Life Safety. The new Advisory board presented today welcomes PhD Chris Urmson – Director of Google’s Autonomous Driving project, as well as PhD Natasha …

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