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Who will be left behind? The trend from product sales to mobility-as-a-service will present significant opportunities for auto industry disruption from non-traditional players such as Tesla, NIO and Uber over the next decade.
Many cybersecurity techniques focus on securing the perimeter of critical computer systems, and recovering in the event of failure. In this talk we’ll take a new perspective on building safe and secure systems.
The automotive start-up scene, symbolized by the Silicon Valley, is booming. But how can you spot the unicorn that will disrupt the space beyond recognition?
Join Scott Belcher, former CEO of both ITS America and the Telecommunications Industry Association, as he discusses the future of Artificial Intelligence with Congressman John Delaney (D-Md). Congressman Delaney is the Founder and Co-Chair of the U.S. House of Representatives Artificial Intelligence Caucus.
Auto tech innovation usually trickled down from premium segments. Connected cars disrupted that model. Autonomy and shared mobility may catch out luxury OEMs again, unless they re-define themselves and their customer experience.
Sensor technology has grown exponentially over the last few years. But there is still a lot of fine tuning to be done.
We are still far from level 5 autonomy but we are on the verge of humans and machine sharing the wheel with the machine. How can this be rolled out safely?
The sudden popularity of ADAS has driven a surge of demand for high-performance CPU and GPU hardware in automobiles, creating problems for Tier 1 manufacturers and OEMs.
The technology for autonomous vehicles is being tested and on the verge of being ready. But the industry needs to set out the insurance roadmap before any car can hit the road.
Autonomous vehicles (level 5) will produce a phenomenal amount of data. The industry needs to find the best ways of storing, processing and analyzing these data sets.