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Six Requirements for Growing and Scaling Autonomous Mobility
"The driverless future promised by next-generation mobility is expressed today in terms of two innovations: on-demand mobility services, e.g., ride-hailing, and microtransit, and autonomous vehicles used for consumer transportation and logistics. Currently it is necessary to evaluate the performance of these innovations using two distinct lifecycles. Figure 1 shows where we are in each of these lifecycles."
big  data  next-generation  mobility  automotive  innovation  autonomous  vehicles  lifecycles  logistics  mobility-as-a-service  privacy  regulation  safety 
february 2019 by jonerp
Oh Hello 5G; I Didn’t Expect You So Soon
"When 5G is fully implemented, it’s going to enable the underlying infrastructure we’ll need to build the smart cities, homes, autonomous vehicles, robotics, virtual and augmented reality systems everyone’s been designing and daydreaming about for the past decade. Think of it as one of the magic ingredients needed to bring the Internet of Things (IoT) market– with its estimated projected 21 billion devices– to life."
technology  software  5g  at&t  augmented  reality  autonomous  vehicles  fiber  internet  of  things  iot  networks  robotics  smart  cities 
october 2018 by jonerp
Before Regulating Next-Generation Mobility Data, We Must Understand That Data
"By 2025 100% of the new vehicles sold worldwide will be equipped with 5G connectivity. In fact, according to a recent report, by 2022 125M vehicles will have Internet connectivity. They will be able to transmit data captured by the vehicle, and receive data from OEMs, automotive suppliers, digital services providers, and the transportation infrastructure. While every vehicle with driving automation of L3 or higher is connected, not every connected vehicle will be autonomous."
big  data  next-generation  mobility  autonomous  vehicles  business  model  services  on-demand  regulation 
july 2018 by jonerp
Next-Generation Mobility Stratifies OEMs
"We have projected that the transition to next-generation mobility will take several decades. Figure 1 is trying to depict the first few phases of this transition. We cannot predict how next-generation mobility will evolve beyond the next 8-10 years."
next-generation  mobility  automotive  oem  autonomous  vehicles  on-demand  value  chain 
january 2018 by jonerp
Monetizing Big Data in Next-Generation Mobility - by @esimoudis
"The value of big data and AI for perception, localization, and planning, as well as map creation and other aspects of autonomous movement have already been documented and apply in all of the six use cases presented above. Obviously the performance of autonomous vehicles improves as more data is collected from test and production vehicles because such data leads to the continuous improvement of the perception, localization, and planning modules."
autotech  big  data  ai  automotive  value  chain  autonomous  vehicles  monetization  next-generation  mobility 
october 2017 by jonerp
Power Ledger blockchain in trial with energy retailer Origin
"Blockchain energy market provider, Power Ledger is putting its peer-to-peer energy trading platform to the test via a trial with Australia’s energy retailer, Origin. The trial involves Power Ledger using anonymised consumer data. This will seek to prove the accuracy and security of the Power Ledger trading platform. The trial will begin in October and run for a period of three months."
blockchain  homepage  slider  latest  news  carbon  trading  electric  vehicles  energy  ico  origin  peer-to-peer  power  ledger  utility  sparkz 
september 2017 by jonerp
Edge computing could push the cloud to the fringe - by @ron_miller
"Then there’s latency. Talla echoes Levine’s thinking here, saying machines like self-driving cars and industrial robots need decisions in fractions of seconds, and there just isn’t time to send the data to the cloud and back.

He adds that sometimes there are privacy issues where data could be considered too sensitive to send to the cloud and might remain on the device. Finally, companies may want to keep data at the edge because of a lack of bandwidth. If you are dealing with a location where you can’t stream data, that would mean having to process it at the edge. There wouldn’t be a choice."
cloud  tc  peter  levine  edge  computing  autonomous  vehicles  drones  iot  deepu  talla  nvidia  danielle  merfeld  ge  andreesen  horowitz 
august 2017 by jonerp
Analysis Of The Next-Generation Mobility Value Chain - by @esimoudis
"In the previous post I described a new value chain that will connect companies providing on-demand mobility and three emerging models for the realization of this value chain. This value chain is the result of the consumer shift from a car ownership-centric transportation model to a hybrid model that blends car ownership with mobility services, and the stated intent by the providers of certain of these services to adopt of Autonomous Connected Electrified (ACE) vehicles."
autotech  big  data  automotive  innovation  driverless  vehicles  next-generation  mobility  on-demand  value  chain 
july 2017 by jonerp
AI Programming: So Much Uncertainty
"Much work, and many tools, are still needed to integrate artificial intelligence into the software engineering workflow, noted Peter Norvig, Google’s director of research, speaking at the O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence conference in New York last week.

Fundamentally, AI software is inherently different from other forms of widely used software, said Norvig, who is also a co-author of perhaps the most popular book of programming instruction for the field, Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach."
events  technology  top  stories  architecture  artificial  intelligence  autonomous  vehicles  data  development  google  image  recognition  machine  learning  translation 
july 2017 by jonerp
A new value chain for next-generation mobility - by @esimoudis
"In my book, The Big Data Opportunity in Our Driverless Future, I make two arguments: 1) that societal and urban challenges are accelerating the adoption of on-demand mobility, and 2) technology advances, including big data and machine intelligence, are making Autonomous Connected and Electrified (ACE) vehicles a reality. ACE vehicles and on-demand mobility will cause three major shifts that can lead to the disruption of the automotive and transportation industries: a consumer shift, an automotive industry shift, and a mobility services shift."
autotech  big  data  automotive  innovation  value  chain  driverless  vehicles  next-generation  mobility  on-demand 
april 2017 by jonerp
Monetizing Personalized Transportation Experiences by Exploiting Big Data - by @esimoudis
"Understanding the passenger and enabling the creation of personalized transportation experiences to address the challenges brought by the introduction of ACE vehicles and Mobility Services under a new hybrid model that combines car ownership with car access, relies on a rich set of insights derived from the continuous exploitation of big data using machine intelligence. Taking advantage of these opportunities will require that incumbents accept to be in the insights-generation business rather than just in the manufacturing and distribution business."
autotech  big  data  innovation  business  model  driverless  vehicles  machine  intelligence  self  driving  cars 
january 2017 by jonerp
What Will Happen When Nobody Owns Cars?
"There’s any number of scenarios where it would be handy to own your own car. What happens when your date wants to leave that remote restaurant overlooking the beach — do you really want to hope there’s a self-driving Lyft vehicle nearby that can take you home? Or maybe you just don’t want Lyft knowing where you go to church. What if I’m robbing a bank? And how will teenagers park in Lover’s Lane?"
culture  top  stories  automation  autonomous  vehicles  city  planning  deep  thoughts  lyft  millenials  robotics 
october 2016 by jonerp
The Fascinating Implications for Autonomous Vehicles - by @jeffnolan
"I absolutely love intersecting public policy with technology trends, and if one thing is clear in my years of covering this it is that public policy reacts rather than anticipates technology advances. Politicians and bureaucrats alike, no matter how well-meaning, rarely take into account the 2nd order consequences of technology innovation, which I define as those consequences that are not obvious but often have a bigger impact than the immediate ones."
uncategorized  autonomous  vehicles  public  policy  regulation  self-driving 
november 2015 by jonerp

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