Author: M. Ní Sídach
Agreed, LiDAR is not ideal for a vehicle moving on a permanent roadway. What is equally questionable is why invest in outfitting hundreds of millions of vehicles, individually with machine intelligence surpassing many combat aircraft.
A far better strategy is a national standard for intelligent roadways that is adaptive, flexible, semi-permanent, resilient, repairable.
Make the network of roads smartest and the cars and trucks a lot dumber and affordable for more people, sooner than later.
Continental’s 3D Hi-Resolution Flash Lidar for automated driving at the Consumer Electronics Show (YouTube)
Great observation by Hank Green.
A team of researchers tries to bring back the maser as a low-noise amplifier for weak radio signals
By Alexander Hellemans
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