How vehicle insurers can leverage AI and data analytics to determine accident liability
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by Ran_Admin
1M ago
By Shahar Bin-Nun, CEO Incomplete and unreliable information often feeds into a game of he-said, she-said, while an often slow and clunky arbitration process can delay claims and negatively impact customer service. However, with innovations in artificial intelligence and data analytics, there may finally be a way to streamline claims management and produce better outcomes for everyone involved. Key liability challenges Determining liability in an auto accident has always been a challenge, mainly for two key reasons: 1. Crash data is often incomplete. As a first port of call, most motor in ..read more
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Real-time Data Collection: Make Fleets More Efficient
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by Ran_Admin
2M ago
Recently, the most rapid advances in personal tech haven’t come in the smartphone market, but rather in the automobile industry. Cars are becoming increasingly digitized, with one in every four cars to be equipped with 5G connectivity by 2025. These smart vehicles can gather data in real-time and share it both between themselves and with external systems. “Connected cars,” or cars that can communicate with systems outside of themselves, are particularly advantageous for the fleet vehicle industry. Whether it’s a fleet of Amazon delivery trucks or city taxi cabs, these connected vehic ..read more
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Improving Vehicle Performance, Road Dynamics and Safety on a Budget
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by Ran_Admin
2M ago
After several years of decline, the number of U.S. traffic fatalities rose in 2020 and has continued to trend upwards since then. This shift at first might seem odd. The number of drivers on the road actually plummeted in 2020 due to the pandemic, but traffic fatalities increased, nonetheless. Experts credited the spike in fatal crashes to fatigue and pandemic-related stress. Drivers had trouble concentrating and navigated more carelessly. But more than two years on, the fatality rate has yet to fall back to pre-pandemic levels. In fact, 2021 was the deadliest year on the r ..read more
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How tomorrow’s car could ‘feel’ the road
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by Ran_Admin
2M ago
By Matthew Beecham Could you tell us a little about Tactile Mobility and your tactile sensing technologies? For autonomous vehicle’s to best mimic human driving and reach mass-market appeal, they must also “feel” the road (similar to how a burgeoning driver would during their first driving lesson). Tactile Mobility is a world leading tactile data and sensing company using a software-only solution to leverage AI technology and equip vehicles with this missing sense of ‘touch’ — spearheading a new sector in autonomous driving. The company’s software, which resides in the vehicle’s ECU, leverages ..read more
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SHIFTING INTO A NEW MOBILITY
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by Ran_Admin
2M ago
By Ken Wysocky  The emergence of software-defined vehicles (SDVs)–expected to become more common within the next decade–will make driving a safer experience, but also more comfortable, customizable and efficient for consumers, an industry expert predicts. Moreover, this technology also could profoundly affect the overall auto industry by significantly lowering barriers to market entry for new auto manufacturers. This could enable technology-centric companies to morph into major players in the car-manufacturing arena, says Yagil Tzur, vice-president of product at Tactile Mobility, a softwa ..read more
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Collaboration with Nexteer Allows Vehicles to “Feel” the Road
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by Ran_Admin
2M ago
Here at Tactile Mobility, we understand that, as the culture and public perception around driving continues to change, so too must the technologies for performance, safety, and convenience evolve in turn. We built our virtual sensing and tactile data technology with this evolution in mind, and our most recent partnership with Nexteer, a pioneering developer of intuitive motion control technology, brings us one giant step closer to accomplishing that mission. Through this partnership, Tactile Mobility and Nexteer were able to enhance the connection among driver, vehicle and road through new, a ..read more
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What does 2022 hold for the AV market?
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by Ran_Admin
2M ago
Despite all the bumps in the road over the past year for autonomous vehicles (AVs) and the industry’s focus on electric vehicles, 2022 will see AVs mature and make continued steady progress. What awaits is a year in which pioneering AVs are poised to become more advanced and more prevalent than ever before. With robotaxi trials and even commercial services expanding in cities around the world, the automotive industry is finally etching a clear, shared vision of a future with AVs. In fact, a recent research report forecasts that the global autonomous car market size will reach US$64.8 ..read more
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Technologies for Making AVs Safer in Bad Weather
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by Ran_Admin
2M ago
Yagil Tzur | Dec 28, 2021 Autonomous vehicles hold the potential to make our roads safer, but first, autonomous and semi-autonomous systems must overcome a range of challenges to their effective performance in real-world conditions. Case in point: A recent American Automobile Assn. study finds rain can severely impair advanced driver-assistance systems as they often struggle to “see” through bad weather. But while such systems may perform well under fair weather conditions, for AVs to be viable, they must be able to handle any scenario. To better prepare vehicles for inclem ..read more
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THE MISSING PIECE OF THE AV PUZZLE – TACTILITY
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by Ran_Admin
2M ago
In US drivers’ organization the AAA’s 2021 automated vehicle survey, 54% of Americans say they’d be afraid to ride in an AV, while 32% are unsure how they’d feel about it. Before convincing the public to trust them, AVs will have to demonstrate clearly that they can mimic and surpass human drivers’ capabilities. Pilot programs like the one California just launched with Cruise to provide driverless rides to Golden State residents will play an important role in fostering more public support for AVs. But nothing will be more effective than advances in AV technology. That’s what makes tactility th ..read more
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Make Sure You’ve Identified a Clear, Sustainable Need
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by Ran_Admin
2M ago
Shahar Bin-Nun is the CEO of Tactile Mobility, the leading tactile data and virtual sensing technology company for the automotive industry, municipalities, and road authorities. Shahar has over 20 years of leadership experience in global sales, marketing, and business development, having previously served as CEO of HumanEyes Technologies Ltd., VP of sales and business development for PressSense, Inc., and VP of sales at Magink Display Technologies. He holds a B.A. in Economics from Tel Aviv University and an MBA in Finance and Marketing from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. What personal p ..read more
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