4 factors to consider before investing in AI
Despite significant hype, most companies still struggle with how to successfully integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into their businesses. This is according to Lux Research’s new report on the state of AI and how companies can improve decision-making around AI.
Combating insurance fraud with machine learning
Most insurance companies depend on human expertise and business rules-based software to protect themselves from fraud. However, people move on. And the drive for digital transformation and process automation means data and scenarios change faster than you can update the rules. By Georgios Kapetanvasileiou, Analytical Consultant at SAS
Optical Multi-Gigabit Ethernet: On the verge of standardisation
At the Automotive Ethernet Congress that is taking place from 12th-13th February, 2020 in Munich, Germany, KDPOF will be demonstrating an automotive-grade optical transmission system with 25 gigabits per second. In his presentation, 'Optical Multi-Gigabit Ethernet - on the Verge of Standardisation and Implementation', on 13th February at 14:30, Carlos Pardo, CEO and Co-founder of KDPOF, will show details on the process for the new stand...
Wind River collaborates with Baidu on autonomous driving platform
Wind River has announced its collaboration with Baidu to develop an autonomous vehicle solution. A joint proof of concept has been developed to include an AUTOSAR Adaptive-based software architecture with Baidu’s Apollo autonomous driving open platform, designed to meet the specific challenges of the next generation of software-defined automobiles.
Practical applications for AI and ML in embedded systems
Embedded development is often driven by the need to deploy highly optimised and efficient systems. AI is positioned to disrupt businesses either by enabling new approaches to solving complex problems or threatening the status quo for whole business sectors or types of jobs. Guest blog written by Gareth Noyes.
Effective research platform powered by AI technology
The launch of Ricardo’s new RiCK online research package provides a highly effective tool for objective, artificial intelligence driven, expert curated research - providing subscribers with trustworthy technical insights to guide more efficient and better-informed decision making.
Low-power, high-performance processors enable ADAS
Texas Instruments has introduced the new Jacinto 7 processor platform. Built on the foundation of TI’s decades of automotive systems and functional safety expertise, the new Jacinto processor platform brings enhanced deep learning capabilities and advanced networking to solve design challenges in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and automotive gateway applications.
Elevating automotive tech into consumer driving experiences
HARMAN has launched the HARMAN ExP Integrated Solution Suite, which creates comprehensive connected driving solutions by bundling core technologies into one unified offering. These solutions enable cohesive vehicle experiences - not just one-off driving features - to deliver seamless connectivity and make time in the car time well spent.
Connected navigation released for Advanced Driver Assistance
TomTom has announced that its easy-to-use connected navigation has been chosen to feature in the new Alfa Romeo GIULIA MY20 compact saloon and the Alfa Romeo STELVIO MY20 SUV as part of a global deal, which includes China and Japan. GIULIA and STELVIO drivers will enjoy turn-by-turn navigation, automatic zooming and advanced lane guidance - all enhancing the user experience.
First 60GHz In-Car automotive grade Radar-on-Chip announced
Vayyar Imaging has announced the first 60GHz automotive-grade MIMO Radar-on-Chip (ROC). The 60GHz solution offers the complete functionality of Vayyar’s 79GHz reference-design, enabling the automotive industry to meet global EU NCAP and US Hot-Car needs. Vayyar’s solution displays the dimension, location, breathing pattern and movement of people, utilising proprietary 4D point-cloud VOXEL imaging.