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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment CES2019 Cloud Computing

Cloud-Based AV Simulation #CES2019

A cloud-based simulation software system that allows OEMs to test different driving scenarios from real-world conditions – literally with real-world data – is what Cognata offers. With big-name backing, they have the potential to be a clearinghouse for simulation scenarios among different OEMs. It solves the dilemma reported in a RAND report suggesting that it […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment CES2019 Cybersecurity

AV Cybersecurity Collaboration #CES2019

Daniel Thunberg, Global Head of Connected Transport of Irdeto, and Danny Loeb, VP Alliances & Partners of SafeRide Technologies, talk about the process for security in this panel-like discussion at CES2019. A key message is that cybersecurity is a component of automobile safety and is something that industry cooperates on, instead of competes on. Further, […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment CES2019 Cybersecurity

Detecting the Invisible Physical Attacks on Autonomous Driving #CES2019

While cyber attacks represent a potential Achilles heel for the success of autonomous vehicle software, spoofing and jamming via physical means could be another way for criminals to wreak havoc on the public. Enter Regulus Cyber, an Israeli-based company that is dedicated to ensuring GNSS (GPS) security from these external threats and researching how to […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment CES2019

Finding the Right Autonomous Delivery Vehicle Design #CES2019

Ford’s AV Associate Director of Operations, Joe Provenzano, discusses their real-world research, that is being conducted in Miami with Postmates, in the delivery of packages via simulated driverless vehicles. This research is helping determine the human factors that need to be considered in the development of their next-generation vehicles; vehicles which are slated for production […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment CES2019

Sensors Galore & More #CES2019

Passive and active sensors that detect low-frequency (audio) to the invisible (Radar, Lidar and Thermal) to cameras, will be central to creating autonomous vehicles that yield safer driving. Similarly, outward communications, whether via dynamic signage, audio blasts or some other means, to the humans walking, riding or driving the streets is critical for mobility machines […]