Self-driving cars are about platforms, not about cars – VisionMobile
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Self-driving cars are about platforms, not about cars – VisionMobile

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There is growing consensus that fully autonomous cars will become a reality by 2020. Google self-driving cars have driven over 1.2 million miles. Elon Musk, Tesla CEO, predicted in September 2015 that Tesla cars will have fully autonomous capability in 3 years. Zvi Aviram, CEO of MobileEye, a supplier of self-driving systems to many car makers, expects their technology will support fully autonomous driving by 2019.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.visionmobile.com

These car platforms need to be able to communicate securely and privacy protected over public networks, both in a centralized way with servers but also point2point between cars and the environment it travels through. This challenge requires new thinking in how to secure communication, like the object security model provided by apptimate.io

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