Category Archives: Consumer

Autonomous Delivery Robots Go the Last Mile

The Rev-1 may not be as exciting as some of the other autonomous delivery robots, but it just might work, assuming it doesn’t snow where you live. And you need a bike lane. From an article in Smart Cities World. … Continue reading

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Autonomous Mobility Solutions – A Glimpse Into the Future

Beep is one of the first autonomous mobility systems operating in a real traffic environment on a small route in Orlando, FL. It is currently running at 15 mph which is too slow and is causing a less than a … Continue reading

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Small Satellites – The Next Big Thing in Geospatial Innovation

For all of us in the geospatial industry an important milestone was achieved recently. It was a story on 60 Minutes which introduced the masses to the small satellite boom that is ever so quietly revolutionizing the collection of imagery … Continue reading

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3D Semantic Camera Combines Laser with Hyperspectral

At September’s Autosens in Brussels (an expo and conference focusing on automotive sensor and perception technology), a new “3D Semantic Camera” was launched that could fundamentally change the perception and comprehension of autonomous driving systems. The camera uses hyperspectral analysis … Continue reading

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Never Lost Again – Must Read for 3D Digital Mappers

When you are building your list of books to read in 2019, Never Lost Again by Bill Kilday deserves to be near the top of that list. It’s the inside story of Keyhole, Google Earth and now Niantic. An incredible … Continue reading

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Second Annual World Safety Summit is This Week

The Second Annual World Safety Summit on Autonomous Technology, hosted by Velodyne Lidar convenes a host of high-profile business, government, public safety and community leaders to address safety issues and public concern in the realm of autonomous vehicles. The event is being held … Continue reading

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Google Arts and Culture Program Preserves the Past

The Google Arts and Culture program is providing all of us with an incredible opportunity to experience places we might never see. From an article in i News by Rhiannon Williams. Technology, as an industry dedicated to the relentless reinvention … Continue reading

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Anonymous Security Solutions Better Served by Lidar

There is a growing need for autonomous security solutions as organizations are becoming increasingly concerned about protecting privacy. From an article by Neil Huntingdon in Security Sale and Integration. Most of today’s security and monitoring systems have been designed around … Continue reading

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Neural Network on a Chip Designed by Tesla

The building block of a human nervous system is a neuron and millions of them form a neural network in the body’s central nervous system. To make autonomous cars a reality, computer scientists need to create artificial neural networks (ANNs) … Continue reading

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Lidar Sensors Designed to be Auto-Ready

ORLANDO — A thief provided the perfect circumstances for an inadvertent experiment with a pallet of Luminar lidar sensors. From an article in Automotive News by  Pete Bigelow. Last summer, a pallet containing lidar sensors made by Luminar was stolen … Continue reading

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