Displaying items by tag: autonomous vehicles

Thursday, 23 September 2021 16:23

What does the future hold for 6G?

Electronics company LG has successfully demonstrated the transmission and reception of wireless 6G THz data over 100 metres in an outdoor setting, a breakthrough in 6th generation mobile telecommunication development.

Published in Business Telecoms

In an interview with Prof. Wolfgang Kellerer by TUM staff on the next wireless communications generation, he talks about the future of 6G and what it means for devices - and us all.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 21 April 2020 15:50

Edging towards intelligence everywhere

VENDOR CONTRIBUTION by Bob Yang, Regional VP APAC Sales SEAGATE TECHNOLOGY: In the data age, nanoseconds matter. But at the same time, the sheer volume of data generated by Internet of Things sensors means centralisation is no longer the answer. Hence the rise of edge computing with tiered architectures powering artificial intelligence.

Tuesday, 21 April 2020 15:18

Edging towards intelligence everywhere

VENDOR CONTRIBUTION by Bob Yang, Regional VP APAC Sales SEAGATE TECHNOLOGY: In the data age, nanoseconds matter. But at the same time, the sheer volume of data generated by Internet of Things sensors means centralisation is no longer the answer. Hence the rise of edge computing with tiered architectures powering artificial intelligence.

Published in Data
Thursday, 13 February 2020 02:26

CSG partners with Telstra on IoT connected cars deal

Customer engagement solutions company CSG has expanded its relationship with Telstra to provide billing and provisioning capabilities for Telstra’s suite of managed IoT connected solutions across Asia-Pacific.

Published in Deals

Worldwide net additions of vehicles equipped with hardware that could enable autonomous driving without human supervision will reach 745,705 units by 2023 - up from 137,129 units in 2018, according to a new report.

Published in Market

The Australian arm of connected vehicle company Verizon Connect has launched its Field Service Dispatch solution for the Australian market, providing a solution it says makes it easy for dispatchers to efficiently schedule and communicate job information to technicians and customers throughout the day, in near-real-time.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 10 July 2019 18:31

Roborace sets autonomous hillclimb benchmark

Autonomous car racing organisation Roborace's DevBot 2.0 has recorded the first officially timed run on the Goodwood hillclimb for self-driving cars.

Published in Automotive

The latest member of GPU vendor Nvidia's Jetson family of modules for embedded systems is the Nvidia Jetson AGX Xavier.

Published in Hardware

AWS has released a 1/18th scale autonomous race car dubbed DeepRacer at its AWS re:Invent conference as a way to help developers get started with reinforcement learning. The company also previewed its forthcoming Inferentia inferencing chip.

Published in Cloud

Data61, the CSIRO’s innovation network, has announced a global partnership with German cyber security company Hensoldt Cyber to collaborate on the development of a trustworthy hardware-software stack designed to protect against devastating cyber attacks on defence systems, smart factories, autonomous vehicles and critical infrastructure.

Published in Security

Several Japanese companies have announced plans to use Nvidia's new Jetson AGX Xavier autonomous machine platform in their products.

Published in Hardware

A former Apple employee who was working on the company's autonomous vehicle project has been arrested and charged with stealinmg trade secrets from the company.

Published in Security

More than 50 million autonomous, self-driving vehicles are expected to be on the world’s roads by the end of 2026 – with over 10 million in the US and 15 million in the Far East and China, according to new research findings.

Published in Automotive

Australian connected autonomous vehicle technology company Cohda Wireless has released a claimed world-first vehicle positioning system that it says eliminates GPS blackspots that exist in so-called “urban canyons” between high-rise buildings.

Published in Market
Monday, 02 April 2018 18:12

Nvidia's Pegasus flying high for ASIL-D

Nvidia's Pegasus car AI computer will be certified to ISO 26262 ASIL-D, company founder and chief executive Jensen Huang told the GPU Technology Conference last week.

Published in Automotive
Wednesday, 28 March 2018 14:07

Nvidia goes on a remote drive

Nvidia has demonstrated a system for remotely operating autonomous vehicles.

Published in Automotive

Nvidia has announced a new system to allow simulated testing of autonomous vehicle systems.

Published in Automotive
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