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Viodi View – 11/19/22

If a human generation is 20 years, then, with this issue, the Viodi View now spans a generation. Of course, a technology generation is more like two or three years as evidenced by the technological advancements since the November 2002 Viodi View debut. It is difficult to remember the world of limited hard-drive storage, 400 […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Smart Driving Car Summit

Driving Towards Better Goods Delivery Through Automation

Are the milk delivery wagons of 100-years ago and Trailers on Flat Cars (TOFC) good proxies for the future of automation in the transportation of goods?  Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser set the stage for the thirteenth session of the Smart Driving Car Summit with this thought-provoking question. Kornhauser was also the moderator for this panel that looked […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment

Automated Driving Technologies – Driving Change in Insurance

It is in the insurance industry’s best interest to use automated driving technology to make things safer through crash avoidance, not just crash mitigation. Unlike crash mitigation, crash avoidance saves the insurance company money. This was Alain Kornhauser’s premise for the Smart Driving Car Summit, Incentivizing Through Insurance. The trillion-dollar question is whether the incentives […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Internet of Everything Smart Cities Wireless

Innovation Around the Peachtree Corner

With autonomous vehicles of all types and a communications-to-everything infrastructure, Peachtree Corners, Georgia is a vision of the mobility and smart community future. An integral part of this relatively new Georgia community is a city-owned lab, the Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners. Approximately, 8,000 people work and 1,000 people live in the 500-acre boundaries of […]

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Viodi View – 05/15/17

It has often been said that there are three kinds of people, “those who do the action, those who watch the action and those who wonder what just happened. I have often found my self in the latter group. Still, watching Jensen Huang’s keynote at the Nvidia GPU Technology Conference I have to wonder if Huang’s […]