2020-05-25 - Yole Développement

AI Computing for Automotive: The Battle for Autonomy

The 2025 market for AI, including ADAS and robotic vehicles, is estimated at $2.75 billion – of which $2.5 billion…

2020-05-19 - Junko Yoshida

Autonomous Vehicles: Who Needs ’Em?

There are several business models for AVs, but they've all got drawbacks — some more serious than others...

2020-05-12 - Junko Yoshida

Exploring the 5 W’s of Full AV Stacks

Many participants in the autonomous vehicle market will not be able to keep investing at accustomed levels. We review the…

2020-05-07 - Junko Yoshida

BMW Unveils AV Safety Platform Architecture

BMW for the first time has shared its Autonomous Vehicle roadmap — spanning Level 1 to Level 3 and Level4/5…

2020-05-04 - Junko Yoshida

Teardown: Lessons Learned From Audi A8

The lessons that Audi learned from building the world's first Level 3 autonomous vehicle, the A8, remain pertinent today. Here's…

2020-04-21 - Junko Yoshida

AV: Bringing Standards Together for Safety

Auto makers that prided themselves on their independence are finally coming to grips with the idea that AV safety is…

2020-04-13 - Mathew Arcoleo

Attention Drivers! Your Car is Watching You…

One of the most vital areas of development for semi- and fully-autonomous vehicles is driver gaze and eye tracking, but…

2020-04-02 - Yole Développement

Sensors: Heart of the Robotic Mobility Disruption

In 2019 production of robotic vehicles was in the range of a few thousand worldwide.Yole expects production volumes to reach…

2020-02-07 - Colin Barnden

AV: Just Another Vanity Project?

The standard response from the AV tech industry to the question of “Why self-driving?” is to save lives. Really?

2020-02-05 - Junko Yoshida

When ADAS Goes People-Blind

AEB is fundamental to ADAS. But AEB adapted to pedestrians is “an order of magnitude harder than AEB,” an expert…