Chauffeurs 2.0 - Standardizing the Autonomous Car
Aired live: March 29, 2017 02:00 PM EDT
Autonomous driving concepts are on the mind of every major auto manufacturer, but while advances in sensors, software, processing, connectivity, and cloud analytics have laid the groundwork for driverless cars, the reality is we’re still a considerable distance from mass production of fully autonomous vehicles. Not only must these disparate technologies be unified to ensure failsafe operation, but automakers, Tier 1 suppliers, and government entities must cooperate on implementation frameworks. These processes begin with standardization.
This OpenSystems Media E-cast probes the state of autonomous vehicle development with leaders from the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), providing insight into the roadblocks of and requirements for designing driverless vehicles. Technical standards will be addressed and development roadmaps revealed as we pursue the next era of transportation – autonomous drive.
Joe Wrijil, Field Application Engineer, PRQA
John Tintinalli, Product Group Director, Automotive and Commercial Vehicles, SAE International
Dan Cauchy, General Manager, Automotive (Automotive Grade Linux), Linux Foundation
National Instruments and Programming Research PRQA
Brandon Lewis, OpenSystems Media