Why Don’t We Have Self-Driving Cars Yet?

Why Don’t We Have Self-Driving Cars Yet?

More companies are trying to bring self-driving cars to the masses than ever before. Yet a truly autonomous vehicle still doesn’t exist. And it’s not clear if, or when, our driverless future will arrive. Proponents like Elon Musk have touted an aggressive timeline but missed their goals and others in the industry have also missed

Reasons Why 2020 Will Be An Awesome Year – Top 2020 Predictions

Reasons Why 2020 Will Be An Awesome Year – Top 2020 Predictions

Hello friends, welcome to our channel nutshell school Today, We are going to talk about Some Reasons why 2020 will be an awesome year Get ready for the first complete synthetic human brain, moon mining, and much more. Maybe robotic moon bases, chips implanted in our brains, self-driving cars and high-speed rail linking London to

Self Driving Car – Automation and the Future of Transportation

Self Driving Car – Automation and the Future of Transportation

VO:”If the manufacturer could equip every car with an automatic driving mechanism…” VO:”…the car would always do what it should do when it got on the road.” We’ve been promised a future with self-driving cars for a long time, but the technology available today is finally starting to pay off on that 100-year-old promise. There’s

Connected Car Security – Interview with Prof. Norbert Pohlmann

Connected Car Security – Interview with Prof. Norbert Pohlmann

Safety is a key topic in the discussions around the evolution of self-driving cars. And while we are each sure of our own capabilities behind the wheel, it is to be hoped that the self-driving car can bring down the number of injuries and fatalities caused by human error. But before we even think of

Who We Are: Karamba Security’s Technology and Leadership

Who We Are: Karamba Security’s Technology and Leadership

At Karamba what we do, is protect the original code as was designed by the Tier 1 or OEM. I believe we can divide the world of cybersecurity for Automotive for “Before Karamba” and “After Karamba”. Before Karamba, the common wisdom was that the car is a data center on wheels, which means that you

Self-Driving Car Test: Steve Mahan

[wind chimes clinking] [mellow music] Nathaniel: Good morning, Steve Steve: Hey, Nathaniel. How are you? Nathaniel: Doing just great. Go ahead, Steve. [electronic beeping] [electronic voice] Auto driving. Nathaniel: Here we go. Steve: Away we go. [chuckles] Steve: Look, Ma, no hands. Nathaniel: [laughs] No hands anywhere. Steve: No hands, no feet. Nathaniel: No hands,