Intel To Introduce Its 18-Core Xenon Chip For Self Driving Cars And IoT Technology

INTEL WANTS to get up all inside devices that lurk on the edge of networks with its new 18-core Xeon D-2100 processor. Traditionally, Xeon chips have been the domain of workstations and server machines, churning away at video rendering or crunching enterprise workloads.

This new chipset is designed to bring … Read the rest

Two Professors Come Together To Intensify Autonomous Car Research

Two Professors, Raghvendra Cowlagi and Alex Wyglinski are working on an NSF-funded project that is bringing together Cowlagi’s study of decision making for autonomous cars and Wyglinski’s study of wireless communications to create a network of self-driving cars that can share information about everything from traffic congestion to icy road … Read the rest

Expect Not Just Roads, But Also Factories To Change With The Onset Of Autonomous Tech

Automating the movement of materials within manufacturing operations is nothing new. Thanks to advancements in sensor technology, 3D camera systems, software and artificial intelligence, these machines are increasingly capable of seeing their environments and, more importantly, learning to identify what they’re seeing. More and more, factories are becoming home to … Read the rest

Massive Power Consumption By Self Driving Cars Causes Concern

Thirty years since the first driverless car plan was initiated, many companies have carried out their early research into reality by proving that cars can indeed drive by themselves. Now they’re working to sort out those practical bits. Those include regulations, liability, security, business models, and turning prototypes into production … Read the rest

Driverless Cars: Creation Of New Jobs Could Revamp The Dying Motor Industry In Australia

As the key stakeholders – the automotive industry, government and the public of Australia are considering the influence of driverless technology in the future. Given the recent decline in Australia’s car manufacturing industry there is an optimistic belief that driverless cars could see the creation of new skilled jobs in … Read the rest