The idea of using artificial intelligence in the automobile industry is not new. However, fully self-driving cars or other autonomous vehicles are yet to come to our streets. To get there, there are many obstacles to overcome, from agreeing to a technological standard to finding enough qualified employees. One company that is already in full swing to bring autonomous cars to the next level is AImotive. We talked to Árpád Takács about challenges and opportunities in this area. Thank you for sharing some insights about AImotive. In a nutshell: what do you do and what problem do you solve? AImotive’s vision is to bring global accessibility to self-driving vehicles, regardless of driving conditions.
Have you ever thought about who sees to it that the apps you use every day run smoothly, and most of all, securely? Who makes sure a Smart City is not prone to cyber attacks? In some cases it is TeskaLabs. The team surrounding founder Ales Teska is dedicated to making the digital world safe without compromising security or user experience. We talked to Cindy Dam, who is responsible for Marketing and Community Development at TeskaLabs about the work of the company, challenges of the Internet of Things and Smart Cities. Thank you for sharing some insights about TeskaLabs. In a nutshell: what do you do and what problem does this
What will determine the future of urban transportation? With the tsunami-like arrival of Uber and Lyft in the US, and European carpooling actor BlaBlaCar gaining visibility and market size, some experts bank on ride sharing as the solution for many of our urban transportation problems. Shared mobility clearly is taking a turn into the spotlight. Ride-sharing, or simply shared mobility, is defined as an “innovative transportation strategy that enables users to gain short-term access to transportation modes on an as-needed basis.” It has witnessed the widespread success of various forms of shared transportation, such as car-sharing, bike-sharing, carpooling and platform-based ride services. By adopting the digital platform-based business model that creates value by
Thirty hours to develop an app that will bring citizens closer to Technology: from 9 am on September 13 until 6 pm of the following day is the commitment that will be requested by IEEE ISC2 Smart Cities Hackathon, a competitive networking event, organized by Fondazione Bruno Kessler, which will involve software developers, graphic web designers, and other designers. ISC2 Smart Cities Hackathon As for the challenges that have been identified for the smart cities hackathon, participants will have two choices: the first will concern the development and evolution of a smart mobility app for the town of Trento. The second area will be of international concern and will ask