The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said Wednesday it is aware of reports of minor crashes involving Tesla Inc's Smart Summon feature that allows people to retrieve a parked vehicle remotely by using an app.
Focus On: Cybersecurity
The future of secure autonomous vehicles starts today. But the auto industry has to overcome some challenges, like shifting left and building security in. The post It’s not just autonomous cars of the future that need security appeared first on Software Integrity Blog.
Focus On: RADAR
WaveSense provides a solution for boosting autonomous vehicle safety and advanced assisted driving features by deploying ground-penetrating radar for accurate, all-weather vehicle positioning. For any company that wants to develop an autonomous vehicle, there are two things that they must tackle: perception and localization. Perception is the sensing and interpretation of the vehicle’s surroundings –Read…
Every year, 1.25 million people are killed by car accidents, and human errors (drunk driving, speeding, ignoring traffic signals, and texting while driving) are responsible for more than 94 percent of these fatal accidents. This loss of 1.25 million lives per year is equivalent to seven, 500-passenger aircraft crashing every day. To reduce the number…
Focus On: LIDAR
Just a few months ago, Innoviz became one of the better capitalized lidar startups when it announced it had raised $132 million in a Series C funding round. But that wouldn’t be the end of it. The company kept the funding doors propped open and ultimately captured another $38 million from inv…
Focus On: Cameras
Porsche’s venture arm has acquired a minority stake in TriEye, an Israeli startup that’s working on a sensor technology to help vehicle driver-assistance and self-driving systems see better in poor weather conditions like dust, fog and rain. The strategic investment is part of a Series …
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