Fully autonomous vehicles (AVs) are coming. By some estimates, they’ll be ready for passengers en masse as soon as 20201, while others predict we’re at
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Self-driving trucking is following a parallel track to autonomous passenger vehicles. Powerful computers process every data point on that simulated map of the environment. AI algorithms are key, representing some of the most prized intellectual property owned by autonomous trucking companies.
What does the future of autonomous vehicles truly look like? While no one can predict the future, we turned to three industry experts steeped in the data and technology around autonomous vehicles to understand the trends they’re seeing in the industry today — and the implications for the future.
With edge computing, machine learning and IoT sensors, the autonomous vehicle of the future will be able to move at standard speeds and make decisions in seconds rather than minutes or hours.
Flash devices embedded in cars are helping to store and manage the data being produced by advanced automotive electronics. Learn more here.
For implementations of AI like robotics and autonomous vehicles, and especially when those AI operations become time-critical, we can greatly speed up the essential data rates via 5G networks.
As cars are filled with Internet-enabled features and services, automotive cybersecurity is helping keep data safe.
Autonomous cars must process terabytes of data to understand road conditions and drive safely. We look at the key data as these vehicles roll down the road.
India has an automotive safety problem. On an average day, there are about 400 fatalities due to traffic accidents1. Over a year, this amounts to