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Mentor Graphics White Paper: High-Level Synthesis for Autonomous Drive

Although RTL has traditionally been the starting point for digital design, it is becoming too expensive and time consuming. Algorithmic intensive hardware for AI in autonomous vehicles requires a new flow. Companies like BOSCH Visiontec, STMicroelectronics and Chips&Media have turned to a High-Level Synthesis...

Concept smart tire uses 5G to communicate with drivers

Smart tire technology can help make the roads safer and is a further step towards autonomous driving Pirelli has made a tire that can transmit road surface information to the driver and other cars on the road through the 5G wireless network. Equipped with an...

Intel talks AI/ML for ‘context-aware wireless’

AI/ML can provide location data used to optimize wireless performance Wireless networks are becoming increasingly complex and, with 5G looming, that will only continue as the mix and density of devices, as well as variability in application requirements, grows. A key to managing this complexity...

2017 Predictions: Where telematics is headed in 2017

The telematics market is expected to see continued growth as consumers look towards increased safety and cost savings. Editor’s Note: With 2017 virtually upon us, RCR Wireless News has gathered predictions from across the mobile telecommunications space on what they expect to...

Audi vehicle-to-infrastructure technology tells drivers when lights turn green

Audi's Traffic Light Information technology enables a car to communicate with traffic light infrastructure in select cities across the United States. The car receives real-time signal information from advanced traffic management systems that monitor traffic lights via an onboard LTE data connection. When approaching a connected traffic...

Sensor types and their IoT use cases

Many sensor types for the many IoT use cases. Sensors are the troops of the "internet of things," the on-the-ground pieces of hardware doing the critical work of monitoring processes, taking measurements and collecting data. They are often one of the first...

Samsung buys Harman to expand IoT, connected cars footprint

Samsung yesterday announced it will acquire audio giant Harman for $112 per share in cash, or total equity value of approximately $8 billion. Samsung is set to use Harman as a platform to expand its presence in the large and rapidly growing "internet of things"...

Intel’s new IoT processors, the Atom E3900 series

IoT processors from Intel Earlier this week at IoT Solutions World Congress, Intel announced the next generation of the Intel Atom processors for "internet of things" applications. The new Intel Atom E3900 series is designed to support the rapid development and the growing complexity of IoT businesses. Intel claims...

Automotive IoT use cases brought on by the connected car

The connected car changes everything Of all the domains the "internet of things" has impacted, the automotive industry, with its connected car, seems to be creating the most interest from both enterprises and consumers. Cars are changing at an incredible rate, and industry leaders, government authorities and...

Worst of the Week: Let’s pump the brakes on connected cars

Sure, the future is going to be awesome, but what’s the rush in getting autonomous vehicles and connected cars on the street? Hello! And welcome to our Friday column, Worst of the Week. There’s a lot of nutty stuff that goes on in this industry,...

Analyst Angle: The age of self-driving vehicles is upon us

The automotive industry is working hard to integrate technology to make the self-driving experience safer and more enjoyable Earlier this year I wrote about the coming full autonomous vehicle that could be summoned as needed and drive us without a steering wheel was, perhaps, a...

Sensity aims for China’s smart city market

The smart city market in China is set to soar, with more than 500 cities having announced plans to implement smart city systems. China’s smart city market is poised for high growth in the coming years, as the Chinese government aims for a 70% urbanization rate...

Austin looks beyond traffic to smart city future

$50 million in federal smart city funding up for grabs AUSTIN, Texas – One of seven finalists in the U.S. Department of Transportation Smart City Challenge, Austin, Texas, hopes to win $50 million to solve myriad traffic and mobility challenges by implementing smart city technologies. Earlier...

Ericsson and MIT students partner on autonomous vehicle tech

Based on interest as articulated by a vote, students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's System Design and Management program are set to partner with Ericsson to develop technology for autonomous vehicle applications. Ericsson's work around autonomous vehicle applications centers around predictive mobility– using big data...

Once autonomous cars are everywhere, what will the driver do?

Ericsson showcases autonomous cars concept equipped with data-driven infotainment The vision for autonomous cars is a society with no traffic, no accidents or fatalities on the road, and maybe even no need to own a vehicle – perhaps your city will deploy a fleet and...

Google autonomous car hits a bus in first time at fault

Google calls it a learning experience; chalks collision with bus up to sandbags in the road In pursuit of an autonomous driving future, Google has run its self-driving cars through extensive road testing. But, in a first of its kind accident, one of the Google...

Volvo wants deathproof vehicles by 2020

The grand vision of autonomous driving is for intelligent vehicles, coupled with smart infrastructure, to use real time communications to make traffic accidents and congestion a thing of the past. But, given the outlook on development and deployment of these technologies, that future is...

Lyft gets $500 million investment from GM

Automaker partners with Lyft on go-to market strategy for autonomous vehicles The future of autonomous vehicles is slowing approaching with advancements like Tesla’s autopilot and driverless trams, but what will it take for fully autonomous vehicles to break into the widespread consumer market? Investment activity may...

EMEA: Connected car hook-up rumors in the news

Maybe calling the connected car "hook-ups" is a bit of a misnomer; although you have to admit it does feel like there’s somewhat of a dating game going on with Google, Apple and certain OEMs around the industry. There’s been quite a bit of speculation...

Connected cars: Hacks, crashes and purpose-built cities

It’s been a busy few days in the world of connected cars on many fronts. There’s been a live-hack, the crash of an autonomous car resulting in injuries and the discovery of a city that exists solely for the purpose of connected car testing. Let’s...

EMEA: Looking toward China’s connected cars with Harman

  Connecting cars in China is a priority. Noted as the fastest-growing automotive market in the world, it shouldn’t be surprising to see a great deal of innovation occurring in that market – innovation by operators, automotive OEMs and some unlikely players such as Alibaba...

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