… and other questions. Such as, who will clean the trash left in an autonomous taxi and how do you know whether a self-driving vehicle is performing correctly? In an autonomous world, some connected services will disappear, while there’s a need for new ones. What are the opportunities?
This case study I wrote for Motorola Solutions profiles the Prince George’s County’s 9-1-1 operations, showing not only how the products operate but telling the story of how state-of-the-art communications help first responders do their jobs better and help keep the public safer.
With automakers firmly committed to producing autonomous vehicles, will self-driving features be seen as luxurious? How soon will they become expected, the way automatic transmissions and power steering are? This article explores how and whether car makers will handle messaging about self-driving features.
Two things incited Chimera Catalyst: a dream and writing prompt. I dreamed that I had a dog that was also part parrot. She had fluffy white hair and a lovely streak of turquoise on her back. She was small and unruly. I had to drag her out of mischief, but I loved her spunk
Everyone knows that cybersecurity for connected and autonomous cars is a work that’s barely in progress. This article details some of the newest thinking and potential strategies for securing V2V and V2X communications.
My assignment: find out whether Northern California’s fires, which followed Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, were attracting donations that usually went to local charities. The answer: mostly no, or at least not yet.
I just returned from covering the Consumer Telematics Conference in Las Vegas. This conference brings together automakers, suppliers, tech startups and investors. The annual meeting is a good way to take stock of how things have changed.
My biggest takeaway is that connected-car data–rather than autonomous driving–was the most important topic. With self-driving pilots underway and most automakers firm in their autonomous development cycles, the energy is now directed toward making the immense amounts of data generated by connected cars usable.