autonomous vehicles

December 16, 2020

INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)

Industrial IoT: Top 3 trends for 2021

Check out Cisco's top 3 industrial IoT trends to look out for in 2021, and consider how you can unleash IoT network trends to reduce your cybersecurity risks and increase your operational resiliency.

October 24, 2018

HIGH TECH POLICY

Fueled by Spectrum: A Fast-Growing Safety Ecosystem for Autonomous Vehicles & Intelligent Transportation

It took over 20 years for the automobile to begin showing its dominance in transportation with the best-selling Model T. Even when the Model T saw its production end in...

March 22, 2018

INNOVATION

AImotive: Can Self-Driving Cars be as Safe as Airplanes?

The auto industry is heading full bore toward self-driving vehicles, with a goal of reaching “level four” — truly autonomous vehicles — by 2020. AImotive expects to be a major player providing solutions for bringing the dream of autonomous vehicles to reality. The company’s custom software allows some of the necessary vehicle testing to be done through simulations, reducing the amount of road testing needed to cover a variety of weather and road conditions. We are excited that AImotive represents Cisco Investments’ first pure AI-focused investment in Europe. Since we realize that Cisco’s next generation of applications, products and services will be enabled by AI, we look forward to building on this investment theme in the future, with a particular emphasis on unlocking the power of data, computer vision, robotics, intuitive networks.

January 19, 2018

INNOVATION

Blockchain and a Safer Self-Driving Future

Automakers are accelerating towards a future of autonomous vehicles, learn how blockchain will add the levels of trust and security necessary for a self-driving future.

September 14, 2017

GOVERNMENT

Will Driverless Cars Dream in Cisco Hues?

Driverless cars, also known as Autonomous Vehicles, will contain a significant amount of technology. So why should all this advanced tech go to waste when the vehicle is not driving? Why not let them fall into a deep sleep and dream of Big Data...