“Autonomous vehicles and autonomous driving [brought with it a huge amount] of hype. Everybody thought that, by 2020 or 2021, we would see a significant number of autonomous vehicles and autonomous services and autonomous robots. This didn’t happen. I think there is agreement that the reason for this is the lack of mature sensing technologies.” On the face of it, this is a strange thing for Ram Machness, vice president of product at a company called Arbe Robotics, to say. After all, Arbe makes sensors that help autonomous vehicles to drive. This is a bit like if Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, were to say that the reason the smartphone market declined last year is because nobody’s making good smartphones. Machness has a point, however. And it’s one that he hopes the company’s new technology — unveiled at this year’s all-virtual CES — will help change. With its new sensing technology, it believes it won’t be long before more autonomous driving tech is hitting the road. For real this time. Machness points out that the erroneous assumption made by many of the people who built self-driving cars was that the algorithms they built for autonomous driving would have access to… Read full this story
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