Smart armoured vehicles with NGVA capabilities
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) connectivity company, Real-Time Innovations (RTI), has announced that Plasan, has selected RTI Connext DDS as the connectivity framework for its smart armoured vehicles. Plasan is currently expanding its fleet of over 32,000 vehicles around the world.
A modular approach to automated driving
AImotive, the autonomous technology service provider has announced the next generation of its AI-powered self-driving full-stack software, aiDrive 2. Through a highly modular design, aiDrive2 will serve as a platform for deeper collaboration in an industry dominated by proprietary ‘walled garden’ approaches. aiDrive2’s modular design will open the door to a wide range of implementations reducing the time to market of automa...
What is the future of the connected car?
From the startups in Silicon Valley to the established original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in Germany, drivers and car enthusiasts everywhere are wondering what the future holds for the connected car. How will it change our daily commute? When will we have 5G capability on the road? How will connectivity operate with autonomous vehicles?
Optimising performance in high-performance AI Chip
Provider of complete In-Chip PVT Monitoring Subsystems, Moortec Semiconductor, has announced that Esperanto Technologies have selected its complete 7nm Embedded In-Chip Monitoring Subsystem IP for Process, Voltage and Temperature Sensing to optimise performance and increase reliability for their AI Supercomputer-on-a-Chip.
Greater collaboration on facial recognition technology
As a provider of facial recognition and other biometric, as well as information and communications technologies, NEC Corporation welcomes greater industry collaboration and effective discussion for the future of facial recognition technology and business. By Takashi Niino, President and CEO, NEC Corporation
Transform and democratise enterprise AI globally
Enterprise data science and machine learning platform, Dataiku, announced an £80m Series C funding round led by ICONIQ Capital and supported by Alven Capital, Battery Ventures, Dawn Capital, and FirstMark Capital. This announcement follows the company’s $28m Series B in September 2017 and the release of Dataiku 5 in September 2018.
Flying AI vacuum cleaner can dust your house
A hovering vacuum cleaner powered by artificial intelligence was among the cutting-edge inventions at the University of Brighton’s Product Design showcase. VacHumme, created by student Tom Harding, is an almost fully automated ‘dusting drone’. It operates via an AI mapping function and is designed to fly around a single room, cleaning every surface it can reach.
2019 predictions on AI and automation
In 2019, AI will move out of the boardroom and into the enterprise. Neil Murphy, Global VP at ABBYY, has offered his thoughts on the future of AI and automation in 2019: “2019 will see AI move from a top-level discussion to start impacting on day to day work in businesses of all shapes and sizes. But this requires one thing of businesses: incorporating their AI and data strategies.”
Smart transport needs data sharing
The global autonomous vehicle market is expected to grow at a rate of almost 40% from 2019 to 2026 as at least 46 companies, including the likes of Tesla and Alphabet, develop self-driving vehicles that will add $7 trillion to the global economy. By: Dr Bryan Marshall, Head of IoT and AV Technology, Nominet.
Improved facial classification accuracy
Neuromorphic computing company, BrainChip Holdings, has announced the BrainChip Studio 2018.3 update for its BrainChip Studio AI-powered video analysis software. The latest update boasts a powerful new mode that improves the software’s face classification accuracy by ten to thirty percent.