Morphing Automotive Insurance in the realm of Autonomous Vehicles

Came across this Point of View paper from Accenture on Autonomous Vehicles – plotting a route to the driverless future. An interesting and useful read examining the immediate impact of AV adoption on a few industry segments – including the insurance industry. As with other businesses that get disrupted at the crossroads of multiple factors […]

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Charge as you drive

Continuing on my earlier posts on a few interesting data sets on some select startups (and scale ups) in the autonomous driving eco-system…………. Mostly when we think about electric vehicles, we gear towards smart and efficient batteries, high charge storage, long lasting (longer range), quick charging, scalable charging infrastructure etc. Roads that these vehicles tread […]

Data Mobilization to Data Monetization

Continuing on my earlier posts on a few interesting data sets on some select startups (and scale ups) in the autonomous driving eco-system…………. There was a recent article in Business Insider which cited Morgan Stanley’s auto and mobility analyst Adam Jonas’ view of connected cars in his Auto 2.0 future as mobile real estates, data […]

Powering the entire autonomous mobility system using Deep Learning

Continuing on my earlier posts on a few interesting data sets on some select startups (and scale ups) in the autonomous driving eco-system…………. An end to end deep learning structured autonomous system – now that is a great holistic way to build up one for mobility. While most of the players are applying AI with […]

20 trailblazers transforming transportation

Autonomous driving has been garnering a lot of attention for quite some time. However the recent public trials, entry of more players with millions of miles getting logged in along with the attention and scrutiny being outlined by various policy makers – all this and more has thrust autonomous driving to the forefront of general […]

Will the car drive itself towards a commodity path?

The smartphone started as a coveted device. The systems folks put in exciting new hardware – a powerful APU, camera, display, MEMS and the works. The advent of apps as well as the providing of the reference designs for system vendors turned this (and especially the semiconductor content inside) towards a commodity path. The folks […]