‘Autonomous Tech’ Will Surge In 2016 — Keep An Eye On These 8 Players VentureBeat – December 12, 2015 by: Craig Macy We’re about to see a surge in “autonomous devices” — devices that are aware of their environment, their state, and incoming data and that have the ability to learn and make decisions on their own. By 2020, an estimated 50
The Autonomous Driving Handoff Autonomous driving is a truly exciting proposition that holds a lot of promise for us all. It may make the much beloved Fast and Furious cinematic saga into more of a period piece, but that is arguably a fine tradeoff. The future is fun to dream about, but the world we’re actually entering into at
Fleet Forward Conference is designed to help fleets understand and implement new mobility solutions. At the same time, Fleet Forward seeks to include and serve new types of fleets as the mobility ecosystem evolves.
Driver Distraction Awareness Month You may have heard that April is Driver Distraction Awareness month. Over the past few years, as cellphone usage and ever more complex vehicle interfaces increase the cognitive load while driving, there has been a sharp increase in accidents related to distractions behind the wheel. Calling attention to this dangerous epidemic is important in order for
Texas Instruments’ Vision Comparison I recently noticed that Texas Instruments (TI) updated their Time-of-Flight (ToF) imaging web page, and I was pleased to see that they also included a comparison with Stereoscopic systems, which is one of EDGE3’s specialties. I concede that not all machine vision technologies can satisfy every use-case, but I would like to get the facts straight
February 17, 2015
Distracted Driving: Technology Can Stop What It Started As Pulitzer Prize Winning Author and New York Times Journalist, Matt Richtel explains in his latest book, A Deadly Wandering (http://mattrichtel.wordpress.com/), there is an addiction to technology that over powers all other common sense when driving. “When you’re on the phone all of the time, it conditions you to want to
C3 REPORT: HONDA PATENTS HYBRID VOICE/GESTURE RECOGNITION HMI PLATFORM C3 Report – Connected Car Council and Conferences As drivers become more inundated with sensory input and have to control more functions – all while keeping focused on the road ahead – automakers will need to develop new and innovative interfaces to help safely handle these tasks. Voice… Read full article
EDGE3 Technologies and Honda R&D Americas Awarded Patent for System Combining Gesture and Voice Recognition in Single Human Machine Interface System Innovative Vision Analytics Automotive Technology Will Enable Drivers to Communicate with their Vehicle in a More Natural Manner TEMPE, AZ (December 1, 2014) ─ EDGE3 Technologies and Honda R&D Americas today announced they have been awarded U.S. patent
Mobile Box Dimensioning Just this past summer, both UPS and FedEx announced plans to begin charging for ground-shipped packages by size, not just weight, a change designed to increase revenue and reduce costs. The industry is calling this Dimensional Weight Pricing, and its intended consequence is to discourage online retailers from shipping small, lightweight items in large boxes, taking up
Serious Computer Vision Computer vision has never seemed to live up to the hype or potential that Hollywood has expected of it. For many decades there have been images of Minority Report types of use cases that would change the way we all do things. Although, I still hold on to the dream that someday I’ll be able to
Edge3 gesture detection system may be best (and cheapest) yet Here at SIGGRAPH 2012, we got our first look at the Edge3 Technologies 3D tracking and gesture recognition system. It’s sort of like Kinect or Leap, except definitely better than the former and arguably better than the latter….
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