AUTONOMY, AI, AND IOT INCREASE THE NEED FOR FASTER COMPUTING
JOSHUA JACOBI, CHIEF SALES OFFICER ANNE LOUDEN, MARKETING REPRESENTATIVE EPT USA
fully automated systems that operate without human interaction is on the horizon, but fully autonomous transportation has not achieved the safety and reliability benchmarks needed to assure passengers and regulators to turn the controls over to technology. In the meantime, how to blend autonomous capabilities with human intervention is a much-debated topic. AI continues to improve rapidly, and the intelligent systems now in place have been able to increase productivity in transportation applications and assist in safety processes, such as alerting humans to incoming threats and vulnerabilities to avoid collisions. In aerospace and aircraft. For drones and aircraft, AI is already being used to detect the presence of other aircraft, storms, and birds. It can help navigate challenging terrain, direct agricultural applications, and map weather activity.
The transportation of the future is driverless. As the focus shifts to autonomous capabilities, the demands on technology become focused on this specific need. Automobiles, buses, aerospace robotics, aircraft and drones need to be able to run, totally unmanned, to their destinations both swiftly and safely. The way to accomplish this involves lidar, sensors, AI, and mapping technologies, all of which must ensure reliability while simultaneously being at the cutting-edge of technology. This achievement also requires software and hardware suppliers to engineer solutions that keep safety and efficiency at the forefront.
THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORTATION: AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGY
Many of today’s transportation options offer automated assistance but few modes are currently fully autonomous. The adoption of
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