Self-driving vehicles are coming. There’s a certain sense of inevitability. Mentions appear almost daily in the news with players such as Tesla, Uber, Google/Waymo, and Apple spending millions on development. Yet the public is uncertain of the value and safety of such vehicles.
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By partnering with PerceptIn’s modular approach to autonomous sensor development, LHP’s knowledge of embedded controls and system integration proves to bring low-cost, easy to build autonomous solutions to the microtransit industry.
Perceptin, a company focused on robotic mobility and visual intelligence, along with LHP Engineering Solutions (LHP), showcased the autonomous DragonFly Pod at LHP headquarters on Tuesday, June 25th. The electric self-driving pod delivers a micro-mobility solution that combines radar, sonar, and computer vision technology.
For this October’s Internet of Things Solutions World Conference (IoTSWC) in Barcelona, Spain, LHP Engineering Solutions, in collaboration with the Industrial Internet Consortium’s (IIC) Automotive Security Task Group, is excited to unveil an automotive cybersecurity demonstrator platform. The demonstration is deployed on an Ev-GoKart chassis and highlights LHP’s open-framework automotive functional safety and cybersecurity platform.
COLUMBUS-INDIANA- MAY 14, 2018 - LHP Engineering Solutions, an engineering services provider and technology integrator has brought together Instruments, PTC, and AASA’s LiFi subsidiary, 01LightComm, to create a framework for an NI-Based Functional Safety and Cyber Security Validation Platform. The demonstration addresses the universal automotive principles of Functional Safety violations resulting from Cyber Security compromises. The impactful automotive demonstration leverages the existing technology available in today’s market, introduces LiFi as a viable V2X communication option, and addresses the specific automotive Functional Safety risks in a Cyber Security realm.
Today’s job market looks more different than it ever has before. Industries that our grandparents and great-grandparents once knew are becoming obsolete due to the rising trend in autonomy. Remember when you heard someone say, “robots will take over the world one day?” Well, they weren’t wrong, but maybe it’s not such a bad thing. The automotive industry is being propelled forward by technology and autonomous features, and the next job to be taken over by a robot is “driver.”
Did you know the first electric vehicle was introduced more than 100 years ago? Today, electric vehicles are rising in popularity, and the development of the autonomous vehicle is partially responsible. One of the most publicized benefits of autonomous vehicles (AVs) is the decreased consumption of gasoline, leading to a reduction in demand for fossil fuels.