Ahead of the summit, we surveyed a number of OEM and Tier 1 companies to gain a better understanding of the challenges they are facing, the technology they are looking to improve on and their top investment priorities.
The race towards autonomous vehicles has been heating up for some time, but we’re nearing the climax as OEM’s are rushing to announce details of their plans for the next five years.Here is your exclusive update on the current state of consumer confidence, OEM partnerships and progress that's taking place with companies such as Volkswagen, Ford, General Motors, BMW, and what the the future of innovation is shaping up to be.
According to a 2017 American Automobile Association study, three out of four Americans are afraid to get into a self-driving car. To elaborate on these findings and shed a light on how AV leaders should go about navigating public anxiety around self-driving cars, we partnered with SurveyMonkey to conduct a nationwide survey on what worries as well as excites people the most about self-driving cars.
As the automotive industry moves towards autonomous driving, today’s new cars gather and process increasingly vast amounts of data. Vehicles equipped with an array of sensors and cameras generate data about how they are used, where they are on the road, the surrounding environment, and the operating status of a variety of systems and components. This data is used to great effect by industry players in terms of training the neural networks of autonomous cars, mapping roads for navigation, and developing upgraded designs.
A closer look at autonomous vehicles, in-car technologies, car sharing and ride sharing.
Autonomous technology is set to transform the motor industry over the next decade, but there are no clear paths laid down for OEMs to follow, and as such we could be on the verge of revolutionary changes. In fact, we almost certainly are with recent developments is AI!
Want to learn more about what happened in 2017? Check out our Post Show Report that highlights: prominent speakers, attendee statistics, testimonials, top takeaways from 2017, what to expect in 2018, and more!
In preparation for Autonomous Vehicles Detroit 2018, we wanted to exclusively share these past presentations with you. Below you will find expert content on:
- NVIDIA: Artificial Intelligence & Self-driving Cars
- Fontinalis Partners: Transformation and Evolution of the Next-generation Mobility Industry
- SiriusXM: The Content Revolution Coming to a Car Near You
To learn more about the major cyber security threats the auto industry currently faces and how the industry is collectively addressing them, download this infographic.
In this interview, Dr. Aravind Kailas shares insight on the implications for long-haul autonomous trucks, Volvo's most innovative technological advancements, and how he feels about the Tesla Semi Truck!
In this interview, Dr. Robert Sadowski shares insight on Autonomous Vehicles Defense Applications.
Interview with Jeremy McClain, Director for Systems and Technology, Chassis & Safety Division at Continental Automotive North America
In this interview, Jeremy McClain shares insight on their partnership with NVIDIA, reducing the number of automotive fatalities, and overcoming the negative public perception of autonomous cars..
In this video, you will hear from past sponsors of Autonomous Vehicles Silicon Valley. They shared their honest thoughts on what sets this summit apart from the rest and why you cannot miss the upcoming Autonomous Vehicles Detroit.
In this interview, Jody Kelman shares insight on overcoming government regulations and the competitive landscape with Uber.
Welcome to the Autonomous Revolution: How Autonomous Technology is Transforming the Automotive Industry from the Inside Out
The Autonomous Vehicles Summit surveyed 325+ global automotive leaders to identify where car manufacturers are on their journey towards autonomous, how they’re capitalizing on this opportunity for reinvention and the key challenges they’re facing as a result. This report aims to not only present a snapshot of the current state of autonomous, but also enable the development of a new set of industry benchmarks, best practices and innovative solutions.
Cellular and terrestrial Wi-Fi networks have played an integral role in the development of connected cars, delivering software updates, critical information, and mapping data. As the industry continues to move towards autonomous vehicles, satellite data will have an equally crucial role in providing highly accurate and precise mapping data for self-driving cars.
The global market for connected vehicles continues to grow at pace and the introduction of 5G networks is predicted to have a significant impact on the development of fully autonomous cars.