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2 May 2019 – Dr Mircea Gradu, senior vice president for quality and validation at Velodyne LiDAR, sheds some light on the development process of an automotive-grade lidar sensor and explains the role they could play in automotive safety.
26 April 2019 – The Department for Transport (DfT) is working on plans to provide local authorities with more financial flexibility on capital and revenue spending, as it seeks to make local roads 'autonomous vehicle ready'.
24 April 2019 – The Autonomous Vehicle Symposium conference will be held between the 21st and 23rd May in Messe Stuttgart, Germany.
18 April 2019 – Olivier Bockenbach, head of functional safety for KPIT Technologies’ autonomous driving department, highlights the importance of avoiding both over- and undergeneralization when training neural networks, ahead of his presentation at the Autonomous Vehicle Software & AI Symposium.
11 April 2019 – Self-driving vehicles are poised to trigger huge social, industrial and economic benefits.
11 April 2019 – As in-vehicle technologies continue to develop, the driving task will change as will the skills required to operate vehicles with increasingly automated capabilities. We, as an industry, need to have the evidence in place to support this change and ensure that training (whether as part of current trials or future AV deployment) is well-designed and fit for purpose. In a recent paper, published as part of the book Human Mental Workload: Models and Applications, Kristen Fernández-Medina (TRL) explores the task requirements, with a focus on mental workload, of operators of highly automated vehicles with the aim of starting to develop evidence relating to the real-world experiences of AV operators.
2 April 2019 – Intelligent Transport is proud to announce its prestigious partnership as official webinar and media partner for the forthcoming ITS European Congress 2019, which will take place between the 3rd - 6th June, Brainport, the Netherlands, organised by ERTICO and hosted by the cities of Eindhoven and Helmond.
29 March 2019 – This week the EU agreed a provisional deal on new vehicle safety standards for 2022. One of the new requirements is to fit an overridable Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) system as standard. The ISA will support drivers to drive within the speed limit and is part of a package of vehicle safety measures designed to prevent 25,000 avoidable road deaths. The EU expects that the proposed measures will help save lives and avoid at least 140,000 serious injuries by 2038. The EU’s long-term goal is to approach zero fatalities and serious injuries by 2050 under its ‘Vision Zero’ plan.
19 March 2019 – The ‘ Future of mobility: urban strategy’ Moving Britain Ahead outlines the UK government’s approach to maximising the benefits from transport innovation in cities and towns.
19 March 2019 – Self-driving vehicle technology has come a long way in a relatively short amount of time.