Autonomous Vehicles - What Wikipedia Cannot Tell You About Autonomous Vehicles?
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Elon Musk thought that his company Tesla will have fully autonomous cars ready by the end of 2020. "There are no fundamental challenges left," he said recently. "There are a number of minor issues. And then there's a struggle to solve all these little problems and bring the whole thing together."Although the technology to allow a car to complete a journey without human interference (what the industry calls "level 5 autonomy") can move quickly, the development of a vehicle that can do so safely and legally is another matter.The novelty of autonomous technology is intended to turn our legal and social ties into daily transport. Importantly, without a driver behind the wheel, autonomous vehicles raise concerns about the liability and responsibility for the conduct of the lane.
Therefore, this book is structured to answer many questions about autonomous vehicles and make you not only understand all the aspects of this emerging technology, but master the discussions and debates about the following topics:
Chapter One: The rise of autonomous vehiclesAutonomous vehicles become realityHistory of Autonomous vehiclesRoad Items WeightsSociety of Automotive Engineers (SAE International)
Chapter Two: Tesla AutopilotAutoPilot AIAdvanced Sensor CoverageWide, Main and Narrow Forward CamerasWideMainNarrowForward Looking Side CamerasRearward Looking Side CamerasRear View CameraRadarUltrasonic SensorsProcessing Power Increased 40xTesla VisionAutopilotNavigate on AutopilotAutosteer+Smart SummonFull Self-Driving CapabilityFrom HomeTo your Destination
Chapter Three: A level-by-level explainer of autonomous vehiclesClassification System For The Development Of InnovationsThe J3016 GuidelinesSix SAE levelCriticism of SAE classificationLevel 0: No automationLevel 1: Driver assistanceLevel 2: Partial automationLevel 3: Conditional automationLevel 4: High automationLevel 5: Full automation
Chapter Four: Main Connectivity Specifications Of Autonomous VehiclesVehicle-To-EverythingArchitectures must be both redundant and real-time.The demand for high-speed data would increase onlySecurity and other applications Include external connectivityAutonomous driving efficiency and reliability are non-negotiableMore and more electrified cars would need a new approach to safetyNext generation Car Design Would Need Miniaturized SolutionsCo-creation of the future of mobility
Chapter Five: Building Passenger Trust Is KeyTechnology for self-driving cars is accelerating fast, but our driverless future isn't going anywhere if people don't trust it.rules of the roadimplicit laws are more challengingThe math-based AV safety modelWhat is Sensitive Protection Responsibility?RSS is compatible with other AV systemsHow are AVs safely sharing the road with human drivers?01 Safe distance: Don't hit the car in front of you02 Cutting in: Don't cut it in recklessly03 Right of Way: Right of way is given, not taken04 Limited Visibility: Be cautious in areas with limited visibility05 Avoid Crashes: If you can avoid a crash without causing another one, you mustMoving past the miles-drivenImproving road safety with RSS todayRSS to gain supportBaiduValeoChina ITS AllianceRAND Corp.The Arizona Institute for Automated MobilityJoint Research Institutes
Chapter Six: The reasons Autonomous vehicles still aren’t on our roadsThe Gap Between the Invention and The ApplicationSensorsMachine LearningThe Open RoadRegulationsSocial Acceptability
Chapter Seven: Legal frameworks and other national initiativesThe United StatesEuropean Union MembershipUnited Arab EmiratesJapanAustralia
Chapter Eight: Liability, ethics and human rights implicationsThe novelty of autonomous vehiclesThe critical debateAutonomy Threats
Chapter Nine: Leading opinions on an ethical rollout for autonomous vehiclesThe Three Laws of RoboticsThe Ethical Dilemmas of AutonomyThe Worst-Case ScenarioThe Trolley Issue
Chapter Ten: Social and economic implicationsRoads SafetyVehicles Ownership and Vehicles InsuranceJobs
Chapter Eleven: Ongoing research and impediments to autonomous vehicle developmentResearch and DevelopmentThe Social Acceptance of Autonomous Vehicles
Chapter Twelve: The Sensor Types Drive Autonomous VehiclesMultiple Redundant Sensor SystemsOverview of the studySAE Levels Short DESCRIPTIONSNo car manufacturer has reached level 3 or higherWhich sensors are needed?Camera and LIDAR SystemsCamerasBack and 360° camerasFront-Facing Camera SystemsRADARSensor LiDARSummary and insight