The interaction between technology and driver has to be frictionless, maximizing safety, while also assisting driving. The interface has to be carefully thought through and tested in order for car manufacturers to get it just right.
A new IEEE standard for Ethernet over a single, twisted wire pair enables an in-vehicle, homogenous network architecture and data speeds for advanced in-vehicle applications, as well as ties connected cars to the cloud and IoT.
It is only fair that if you are a bad driver, you should pay more for car insurance—assuming you are still a safe enough driver to be on the road. And, conversely, if you are a safe driver, you should be paying a lower amount. IoT technologies...
Uber will be using a hybrid Ford Fusion that will gather mapping data as it tests the autonomous driving capabilities. The car will have multiple sensors including radars, laser scanners, and high resolution cameras to map details of the environment.