Although we probably still have to wait a few years before the first self-driving car will be delivered, the people working and thinking about these technologies are starting to ask what these autos could mean for the city of the future. The answer? “A lot.”
So, what could these cars do for urban infrastructure? What will change in cities all over the world if autonomous driving becomes mainstream? …Continue reading
According to the infographic of Dashburst, the first self-driving car will be delivered in 2017. That’s less than 4 years from now. What are the promisses of car brands themselves? One brand bets at 2020, another at 2016. What can we expect and from whom? …Continue reading
It’s true, nobody knows a 100% exactly what the future of the automotive industry will look like. Though we have some hopeful expectations, none of us is a fortuneteller and can say it for sure. But we have to admit that Steven Hughes from Dashburst could be close in being one.
He made an infographic about the future of the automotive industry. He explores what kind of developments in car technology there could be in the coming years. …Continue reading
The title above is freely rendered from the title of the book “Robots will steal your job, but that is ok” by Frederico Pistono. Frederico was the opening keynote speaker at the 2013 IT innovation congress hosted by IDG / Webwereld. The essence of his plea is that there are many jobs that are about to become obsolete. People might think that they are special, unique, and that whatever they do, is impossible to replace. He says, that as we speak, millions of algorithms created by computer scientists are frantically running on servers all over the world, with one purpose only: do whatever humans can do, but better. …Continue reading
A journalist writing for The New York Times experienced an autonomous drive in an Audi A7 in Jerusalem. Software that was built in this car, was connected to a video camera on the windshield which made it possible to drive autonomously up to 65 miles an hour. This project of the Israeli company Mobileye Vision Technology shows the rapid progress of self-driving cars. The innovative Google car, which got a lot of media attention, is festooned with expensive technologies that could become commercial when mass production starts, but the question is, how quickly will that be? …Continue reading