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mjmj
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tatje schreef op 14 dec 2016 om 19:08:


Ik steun Justin.

Denk dat de strategie van Harold Goddijn, tav keuze:





Onafhankelijk van HG's strategie:de IR communiceert gewoon beneden standaard voor beursgenoteerde ondernemingen. Dat hoeft niet aan de IR zelf te liggen. Ik vermoed dat dat aan HG zelf ligt of aan de founders club daarom heen. HG is iemand die graag zijn kaarten voor zijn borst houdt. Dat kan maar zelfs dan kan je nog steeds effectief communiceren en met kwaliteit. Dat gebeurt niet. Ik zie dan ook Bisera, net als Marina, gewoon vertrekken. Bad management drives out good staffers. HG leeft in het tijdperk dat CEOs alles konden bepalen zo lijkt het en is niet meer aangehaakt op situaties waarin "the wisdom van the system" moet worden benut.
Gesloopt door HG
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groeibriljant
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Censurion schreef op 14 dec 2016 om 20:05:


Ook interessant www.linkedin.com/pulse/uber-brings-se...



Now you can hail a self-driving Uber in San Francisco: Yesterday we reported that San Franciscans could hail a self-driving car via Uber “very soon” — turns out that was an understatement. It’s not the first U.S. city to feature Uber’s self-driving vehicles (that honor goes to Pittsburgh, the home base for its Advanced Technologies Center), but it’s a significant step for the San Francisco-headquartered startup. Today’s expansion also debuts the XC90 self-driving car, a Volvo SUV “outfitted with lidar, a kind of radar based on laser beams; wireless technology; and seven different cameras.”


Zeer interessant. 2 samenwerkingspartners van TomTom.
Heeft TomTom de HD-maps voor San Francisco al klaar?
Censurion
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Hier nog een artikel www.nytimes.com/2016/12/14/technology...

Three passengers will be able to fit into the XC90 vehicles. Riders will be able to play with a large touch screen that displays the route the car is taking, as well as a rendered version of the environment the car sees through its cameras and laser guidance systems. Uber also lets passengers take selfies from a camera facing the back seat, which they can email to themselves and share on social media.

Gesloopt door HG
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Censurion schreef op 14 dec 2016 om 20:39:


In dit artikel wordt de techniek uitgelegd. Jammer dat TomTom hier niet genoemd wordt www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/12/1...


Da's standaard net zoals die financiële details.
groeibriljant
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Censurion schreef op 14 dec 2016 om 20:37:


Hier nog een artikel www.nytimes.com/2016/12/14/technology...

Three passengers will be able to fit into the XC90 vehicles. Riders will be able to play with a large touch screen that displays the route the car is taking, as well as a rendered version of the environment the car sees through its cameras and laser guidance systems. Uber also lets passengers take selfies from a camera facing the back seat, which they can email to themselves and share on social media.




Nog 2 aanwijzingen dat het mogelijk nu al met TomTom-inside is:


.......Riders will be able to play with a large touch screen that displays the route the car is taking, as well as a rendered version of the environment the car sees through its cameras and laser guidance systems. ..

......

Besides the desire to offer self-driving cars in its home city, Uber is using the expansion of the autonomous vehicle program to test routes and terrain beyond what it experienced in Pittsburgh.

“We drove in the rain and other kinds of weather, and we’ve added lane-changing capabilities since we started in September,” Mr. Levandowski said in an interview, adding that Uber has faced no major issues in its testing in Pennsylvania thus far.

..........
Dutchy Ron
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Ik zie allerlei Aziatische merken voorbij komen i.r.t. TT. Vraag mij af of dergelijke deals zich beperken tot Europa en VS maps. Kan mij niet voorstellen dat TT maps van Azië heeft van dezelfde kwaliteit. M.a.w. zouden de Aziatische merken voor Aziatische kaarten deals sluiten met andere kaartmakers (Zenrin)?
Dutchy Ron
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James Etheridge, a Here spokesperson, told Business Insider: “We now have 970 staff here in Berlin, up 95 from a year ago. As Here has played a large role in establishing the Berlin tech community, it’s pretty typical that other companies will look at our talent.

www.businessinsider.nl/apple-stealing...

Dutchy Ron
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things we know about the Google Car project so far

1. It started in 2009, using Google technology installed in a first-generation Toyota Prius. Since then, the project has amassed more than 1.5million test miles, latterly in Lexus SUVs and electric Google city cars.

2. Google driverless technology is based around LiDAR, a system using all-round laser beams that bounce off surrounding objects to create a digitised 3D virtual representation of the real world for the AI to navigate.
3. The system also assimilates radar, camera and GPS feeds to build a highly complex picture of the Google Car’s environment.
4. Astonishingly complex algorithms are required to predict movements of other cars, pedestrians, cyclists - and stray dogs.
5. As you’d expect, Google maps and traffic info is used to tell the Google car which way to go.
6. Latest Google Car prototypes unveiled for testing in 2014, are fully electric with a range of 100 miles, are speed limited to 25mph, and are designed for urban use.
7. A generally accepted date for autonomous technology to start becoming widely available is 2020. But don’t expect fully self-driving cars to be legal by then, even if they appear to be viable from a technical point-of-view.
8. Google feels its technology is beginning to mature, as signalled by the creation of Waymo
Dutchy Ron
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mms.businesswire.com/media/2016121400...

Technavio publishes a new market research report on the global autonomous vehicle development platform (AVDP) market from 2017-2021
Dutchy Ron
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nseavoice.com/cars/self-driving-matte...

Self-Driving Matters – 2017 Nissan Leaf vs Tesla Model 3

To make things extra interesting, rival Nissan is going to challenge Autopilot on every front through an all-new Leaf next year. Nissan has been developing self-driving technology for a long time now but they have got nothing to show yet.

The demos will arrive next year and Nissan revealed that their system will cleverly rely on cameras and sensors to work independently without needing any aid from the driver. It will definitely be interesting to see how it compares with Autopilot. Which system do you think is better?
Hik
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Dutchy Ron schreef op 14 dec 2016 om 21:20:


nseavoice.com/cars/self-driving-matte...

Self-Driving Matters – 2017 Nissan Leaf vs Tesla Model 3

To make things extra interesting, rival Nissan is going to challenge Autopilot on every front through an all-new Leaf next year. Nissan has been developing self-driving technology for a long time now but they have got nothing to show yet.

The demos will arrive next year and Nissan revealed that their system will cleverly rely on cameras and sensors to work independently without needing any aid from the driver. It will definitely be interesting to see how it compares with Autopilot. Which system do you think is better?



Kan Mobileye via een omweg toch nog revanche nemen? (Nissan's PRo-Pilot is o.a. Mobileye)
Dutchy Ron
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With the US and Europe gaining a head start, Mitsubishi has gathered together a consortium of fifteen Japanese auto-related companies, including manufacturers Toyota, Honda, and Nissan, and map maker Zenrin, to create detailed, high-definition 3D maps of Japan’s 340,000 kilometers of expressways, national highways, and other roads.

www.atimes.com/article/mitsubishi-joi...
seren
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Dutchy Ron schreef op 14 dec 2016 om 21:32:


With the US and Europe gaining a head start, Mitsubishi has gathered together a consortium of fifteen Japanese auto-related companies, including manufacturers Toyota, Honda, and Nissan, and map maker Zenrin, to create detailed, high-definition 3D maps of Japan’s 340,000 kilometers of expressways, national highways, and other roads.

www.atimes.com/article/mitsubishi-joi...


in een ander artikel hierover stond dat er in 2017 besloten zou worden of ze de kaarten ook commercieel gingen exploiteren

2017 wordt het sleuteljaar, de endgame, vooral dan wat er in Amerika gaat gebeuren.

Tim Cook en Musk trouwens nu op de thee bij Trump
Koos99
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seren schreef op 14 dec 2016 om 21:47:


[...]

in een ander artikel hierover stond dat er in 2017 besloten zou worden of ze de kaarten ook commercieel gingen exploiteren

2017 wordt het sleuteljaar, de endgame, vooral dan wat er in Amerika gaat gebeuren.

Tim Cook en Musk trouwens nu op de thee bij Trump


Ja, het scheen dat Trump tegenover Cook en Musk zijn verbazing heeft uitgesproken over de lage koers van TomTom. Bisera gaat binnenkort daarom ook op bezoek bij Trump en zal uitleggen dat de endgame nadert, maar dat uit contractuele overwegingen niet gezegd mag worden wat de endgame inhoudt en wanneer hier nadere over verstrekt kan worden. Dan is Trump ook weer gerustgesteld.
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