Foretellix co-founders believe car OEMs cannot verify the safety of an AV through miles-driven only. They focus on the quality of coverage.
Teaching a car to anticipate a pedestrian suddenly stepping onto the roadway remains the hardest thing to do.
Orthodoxy and dogmatism are all well and good until people start dying.
AV tech companies are approaching safety in virtually the least safe way possible. We identified 5 things still missing in AV development practices.
With fierce competition to add autonomy to everything, safety is critical. Companies are waging a talent war over developers with expertise in system ...
E-Scooters? We're not customers; we're testers helping to identify bugs, design errors, and conceptual flaws.
The aviation hero endorses the notion that software has come between pilot and machine.
Credible claims of safety require proof. It won't cut it for companies such as Waymo, Uber or GM to simply declare their vehicles are safe
Converting your '68 XJ6 to an EV might be sacrilege, but it would be fun to keep a few Falcons, Morris Minors, Bonnevilles, etc., on the road