New levels of realism for autonomous technology simulation
AImotive, the full service autonomous driving technology provider, has released its aiSim2 simulator to significantly upgrade the speed and quality of testing and validating self-driving solutions. Unveiled at SLUSH, aiSim2 is the next generation of the award-winning aiSim, powered by a purpose-built engine that ensures a high level of physical realism, deterministic running alongside optimised hardware utilisation and flexibility.
Wind River teams with Renesas to advance ADAS
IoT software specialist Wind River and Renesas Electronics Corporation are expanding their collaboration for connected, advanced driver assist systems (ADAS), and autonomous driving programmes, including plans to pre-validate Wind River software with the latest Renesas R-Car systems-on-chip (SoCs).
Integrate FPD-Lin serialiser/ deserialiser technology into ADAS
The FPD-Link Learning Center is a comprehensive online classroom for system designers integrating FPD-Link serialiser/deserialiser technology into their ADAS or Infotainment applications.
Partnership to lead the next generation of autonomous vehicles
Netradyne has announced a global partnership with HYUNDAI MNSOFT, a Hyundai Motor Group subsidiary specialising in Location-Based Services (LBS), cloud-based connected navigation software and future High Definition (HD) maps for autonomous vehicles. Each bringing a unique skillset and expertise, this partnership seeks to develop HD maps to drive forward future vehicle technologies.
Artificial intelligence in education market to grow at 45% CAGR
Asia Pacific is estimated to be the most lucrative region for AI in education market, estimated to grow at a CAGR of over 51%. The digitalisation and supportive government initiatives in the region have a noteworthy impact on the growth of the market. For instance, in 2015, the Japanese government launched Japan Revitalisation Strategy, which focuses on the development of advanced robots equipped with AI and machine learning technology.
What will be the AI trends in 2019?
Jos Martin, Senior Engineering Manager at MathWorks, investigates the likely Artificial Intelligence (AI) 2019 trends for scientists and engineers
Battery-powered devices benefit from a sense of hearing
Battery-powered consumer electronics will soon benefit from the AI sense of hearing thanks to a partnership between Audio Analytic, Vesper and Ambiq Micro. Combining each partners’ respective technology will allow manufacturers of battery-powered devices, such as smart home cameras, motion sensors, wireless speakers, headphones, video doorbells and smart door locks, to embed the ability to recognise important domestic au...
Functional safety extended into AI-class devices
Xilinx has announced that its Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC family has been assessed as SIL 3, HFT1 capable, according the IEC 61508 functional-safety specification, by Exida, functional safety certification agency. This assessment means product developers can build new high performing systems including Artificial Intelligence (AI) for safety-critical applications using Xilinx’s feature rich, highly integrated single-chip MPSoC family, with the as...
Partnership joins forces on AI and quantum computing
During the state visit of His Excellency Emmanuel Macron President of the French Republic, the Belgian research centre imec and the French research institute CEA-Leti, two research and innovation hubs in nanotechnologies for industry, announced that they have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that lays the foundation of a strategic partnership in the domains of Artificial Intelligence and quantum computing.
AI-powered capture platform updated with enhanced performance
Global provider of content intelligence solutions and services, ABBYY, has announced the launch of ABBYY FlexiCapture 12 Release 2. The updated enterprise capture platform offers dramatically improved performance and higher processing speeds, continuous improvement through deeply integrated machine learning, and a brand new native cloud delivery channel.