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Viodi View – 06/09/20

Although published in 2015, the message of Turing Robots: Income Inequality and Social mobility is as relevant as ever. Written in 2015 by two Rice Faculty Scholars at the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, the paper discusses the value of work, the importance of social mobility and suggests possible solutions to adjust […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment

Is This Mini-Mobility Solution Really a Packet Bus? #CES2020

A bus that dynamically changes size is one way to think about Kiwee’s two-person vehicles. These electric vehicles are designed to be coupled to improve throughput in denser areas and then go there own way to the less dense areas where there typically wouldn’t be bus coverage. From a rider perspective, the experience is similar […]

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Viodi View – 11/17/18

A CEO of a German company, a CEO of a Dubai-founded company, and a CEO of a Ukrainian-founded company walk into the IDTechEx Show! and what do they have in common? They all ventured to Silicon Valley to network and discuss their respective cutting-edge technology products that are moving from concept to production. The developments […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment

Backwards Compatible Autonomy

A sensor fusion system that could be used with a simple, already approved automobile-class, microcontroller is what French research firm, Leti demonstrated at International CES2017. Their system allows automakers to mix and match different sensors (e.g. Lidar, Radar, Acoustic, Cameras, etc) from different manufacturers, feeding microcontrollers that control the car functions (braking, steering) to create […]