IoT Agenda:

autonomous vehicles


September 6, 2019  1:20 PM

Autonomous driving fuels massive data growth of IoT

Joy King Profile: Joy King
autonomous vehicles, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, IoT data management, machine learning algorithms

In the latter part of the 20th century, the concept of data was relatively new. The need for something to manage and store data resulted in the well-recognized legacy database management systems known as Ingres and Postgres, both of which were architected by Dr. Michael Stonebraker. In...

July 1, 2019  10:50 AM

5G use cases MNOs must begin preparing for

Tim Sherwood Tim Sherwood Profile: Tim Sherwood
5G, 5G and IoT, 5G technology, 5G use cases, augmented reality, autonomous vehicles, Industry 4.0, Internet of Things, iot, IoT connectivity, IoT wireless, mixed reality, Virtual Reality

After years of excitement -- and hype! -- 5G is on the cusp of becoming reality. Over the last few months, we've seen proofs of concept, field trials, build outs and early deployments. But the question that is still to be answered is: What will it deliver? With traditional telecom revenues in...


May 28, 2019  11:17 AM

The business of autonomous vehicle data

Sudha Jamthe Sudha Jamthe Profile: Sudha Jamthe
autonomous vehicles, Connected car, connected car data, connected cars, course, Data, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, self-driving car, V2V, V2X

The path to autonomous vehicles is through connected, shared and electric vehicles, because a car has to be connected to share data about what it sees on the road, charge itself and build a business model to offset the additional cost to becoming autonomous.

What is car data?

Car data...


May 9, 2019  12:33 PM

Putting autonomous vehicle legislation in the driver’s seat

Eric Tanenblatt Profile: Eric Tanenblatt
autonomous vehicle, autonomous vehicles, Connected car, Internet of Things, iot, IoT legislation, IoT regulations, self-driving car

Soon after autonomous vehicle legislation failed to cross the finish line in the 2018 lame-duck session of Congress, Senator John Thune (R-SD) and Senator Gary Peters (D-MI) got to work on a bicameral and bipartisan solution they are hoping will come to pass in 2019. Sen. Thune, who chaired the...


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