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Technologies for A Driverless Future

Technologies for a Driverless Future

Posted 09/12/2017 by Jatinder (JP) Singh

I took my 15-year-old to her first big concert recently - Roger Waters’ Us + Them tour. If you are wondering where am I going with the blog on automotive technologies and talking about Roger Waters, stay with me for a second. She and I both loved the concert, however, as I drove to and from the concert, I struggled with the stress of congested traffic and getting in and out of the parking lot. During those high-stress moments I imagined how wonderful it would be to have an autonomous car that would pick me up and drop me off and navigate through the mess while I could relax.

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In Defense of Automotive Incremental Change

In Defense of Automotive Incremental Change

Posted 10/26/2016 by David Wang

Amara’s law states that "We tend to overestimate the effect of a technology in the short run and underestimate the effect in the long run.” This law seems particularly apt in the automotive space. In part, it’s a problem of marketing.

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Centralizing ADAS- A Look into the Automotive Nervous System

Centralizing ADAS- A Look into the Automotive Nervous System

Posted 09/13/2016 by Jatinder Singh

I grew up in India and my first car was an old white 80’s Suzuki 800 cc that belonged to my parents. It was very basic and didn’t even have a radio because my father thought it was a distraction.

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