Driving intelligence tests are critical to the development and deployment of autonomous vehicles. The prevailing approach tests autonomous vehicles in life-like simulations of the naturalistic driving environment.
It’s hard to miss the flashing lights of fire engines, ambulances and police cars ahead of you as you’re driving down the road. But in at least 11 cases in the past three and a half years, Tesla Autopilot advanced driver-assistance system did just that. This led to 11 accidents in which Teslas crashed into emergency vehicles or other vehicles at those scenes, resulting in 17 injuries and one death.
A Nissan car has completed a 230-mile journey autonomously in Britain, the longest and most complex such trip in the country as carmakers race to develop the driverless technologies set to revolutionize travel.
Researchers forecast that by 2025 we’ll see approximately 8 million autonomous or semi-autonomous vehicles on the road. Before merging onto roadways, self-driving cars will first have to progress through 6 levels of driver assistance technology advancements.
According to reports, with the continuous development of technology, today's vehicles are commonly equipped with built-in data storage devices, whose capacity is usually in the range of 16 GB-64 GB. The vast majority of these devices are capable of performing the two major functions of in-vehicle map storage and in-vehicle infotainment.
When you think of ai applications in the automotive industry, the first thing that probably comes to mind is self-driving cars. But what AI needs to do is not only drive, but also bring us safer, more convenient, more comfortable and happier driving experiences. This paper will study the following five applications of artificial intelligence from different perspectives of automobile manufacturers, service providers and drivers.
Vehicle-to-all (V2X) communications through cellular networks aim to increase road safety, increase traffic and transportation efficiency, and contribute to energy savings and emission reduction for the benefit of the environment.