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January 27, 2021
Pete Goldin

Even with fully autonomous vehicles, human involvement will not disappear and individuals will still need auto insurance. For the foreseeable future, vehicles with some driver involvement will continue to face issues around liability for crashes. As increasingly distracting technologies are employed in partially automated vehicles, liability insurance may become even more important ...

January 20, 2021
Pete Goldin

A lack of trust is not the only contributing factor to the lack of widespread interest in automated driving and parking, according to Consumers and Automated Driving: Looking Beyond Trust, a new report by Strategy Analytics. The report says the user experience of autonomous vehicles (AV) has many facets; consumers' hesitance with AVs extends to usefulness and usability. Some autonomous driving features simply cannot replace the joy experienced when driving ...

January 14, 2021

The US Department of Transportation released the Automated Vehicles Comprehensive Plan (AVCP), which outlines the department’s robust multimodal strategy to promote collaboration and transparency, modernize the regulatory environment, and prepare the transportation system for the safe integration of Automated Driving Systems (ADS) ...

January 11, 2021

The US Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced the expansion of the Automated Vehicle Transparency and Engagement for Safe Testing (AV TEST) Initiative from a pilot to a full program ...

December 09, 2020

Smart AI-based cameras enable an increasing number of low latency mission-critical machine vision applications like pedestrian detection and alerting, and real-time surveillance in the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and the wider Smart Cities markets. Traffic management applications include adaptive traffic lights, vehicle prioritization and preemption, parking access and detection, and electronic tolling. According to global tech market advisory firm ABI Research, shipments of smart AI-based ITS cameras are expected to grow from around 33,000 in 2020 to more than 155,000 in 2025 ...

December 04, 2020
Pete Goldin

Lux Research has named autonomous vehicles and as the number one emerging technology to watch in 2021. According to Lux Research, megatrends driving autonomous vehicles include ...

November 12, 2020

Many transportation companies recognize AI as a game-changing technology, however some barriers to adoption still exist. As adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in the transportation industry continues to slowly grow, Gartner recommends that transportation CIOs follow a four-step process to ensure success with AI projects ...

November 03, 2020
Mike Brittain

We're months into the pandemic. Whether you like it or not, remote work is our new norm, and some industries are actually thriving. Remote work has been a part of the developer community for years, but when COVID struck, the world went home for the long haul. Six months later? We're doing better than expected. A lot better. In fact, my team is well-positioned to continue remote work for as long as this pandemic demands. And for me? I've become a stronger leader because of it ...

October 22, 2020

From near-instantaneous traffic updates to alerts when another vehicle stops short or violates a red light, new and proliferating wireless sources of real-time information have begun to revolutionize the driving experience and represent the building blocks of a safer and better transportation environment ...

October 15, 2020
Pete Goldin

Automotive safety technology has evolved from an application for car exteriors to one for car interiors, while sensing technology is moving towards a future where it integrates driver status monitoring with external environmental readings, according to TrendForce's 10 Tech Industry Trends for 2021 ...