Wednesday 19th June 2019
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Autonomous vehicles

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Velodyne introduces advanced Lidar sensor for port terminal automation in TOC Europe

Velodyne Lidar, Inc. will demonstrate how its intelligent and powerful Lidar solution can boost the automation of port terminals at TOC Europe , in Rotterdam, from June 18 to 20.

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Collaboration by BlackBerry and Martello seeks to develop new IoT network performance management solutions

Martello Technologies Group Inc., a provider of network performance management solutions for real-time communications, has been selected alongside six other promising Canadian technology companies to participate in the BlackBerry/L-SPARK Accelerator Program.

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TriEye secures US$17mn Series A Financing led by Intel Capital to meet automotive low visibility challenge

Israeli start-up TriEye, whose innovative Short-Wave-Infra-Red (SWIR) sensing technology is able to see in adverse weather and night-time conditions, announced today a $17 million (€15.2 million) Series A funding round, led by Intel Capital.

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Consumer excitement for autonomous vehicles soars but infrastructure barriers remain

A new study from the Capgemini Research Institute has found that consumer preference for riding in self-driving cars is set to double within the next five years. While only 25% of consumers would prefer to ride in a self-driving car over a traditional vehicle in 12 months’ time, over half (52%) say driverless cars will be their preferred mode of transport by 2024.

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Why a reliable 5G infrastructure is vital for autonomous vehicles to hit top gear

Preparations for the future of connected transport in the UK and beyond are well underway, says Paul Carter, CEO of GWS. With the recent news that Telefonica-owned mobile network operator O2 will be activating its 5G network for connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) testing at the Millbrook Proving Ground this June, the UK has made another exciting step on its journey towards nationwide next-generation network coverage. But while CAV technology continues to be developed quickly, the road to the ubiquitous network coverage which they will require is not without speed bumps.

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