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Alfonz
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TTendofstory schreef op 28 okt 2017 om 14:29:


[...]

Beurzen staan hoger dan voor de crisis sinds 2007. Daarnaast kan er een issue ontstaan tussen de USA/NOORD KOREA. Spanje kan okk nog even een klein zetje down geven. Al met al blijven we zoals het hele jaar nog in de 8/9 pendel. Ook moet de eigen nkoop van aandelen achter de rug zijn voor we naat een 9/10 pendel gaan en dat kan dus pas vanaf jan. 2018 mits bovenstaande issues geen roet in het eten gooien.

Veiligheidshalve zou je misschien beter nu winst nemen op TT en binnenkort terug instappen aan veel lagere koersen, bv: € 8,50 of lager...., of misschien nog even wachten met verkopen tot eindejaar?
Topper
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Ik had echt verwacht dat de koers gisteren naar de 10 zou gaan. Zoals echter ook al vaker door Wies aangegeven is dit aandeel zeer lastig te lezen. Van vorige week intraday op 8.80 naar nu boven de 9,50. Assetwaarde en potentie lijkt wel steeds duidelijker te worden.

Volgende triggers lijken me:
- afronding aandelen inkoop
- nieuwe deals automotive, GM / Ford / Tesla, Nissan
- nieuwe deals Telematics, leasemaatschappijen en verzekeraars
- deelname Apollo USA (Baidu)
- verkoop / stoppen Sports
- orderboek automotive
- interesse in Telematics, hoewel ik me afvraag of TomTom open staat voor een verkoop hiervan
- deelname van een partij. Ik kan me nog steeds niet voorstellen dat die aanpassing van de statuten enkel administratief van aard was (voor 10% extra aandelenuitgifte)
TomTom 25
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MEET TOMTOM’S NEW CMO, ROBERT BOHEMEN!
Friday, October 20, 2017
Have you met Robert Bohemen yet? Robert has extensive experience in leading digital and transformational projects. His primary objective will be to reinforce TomTom’s position as a leading navigation technology brand and capitalise on the momentum created by TomTom’s considerably increased B2B activities.

Robert held marketing communication positions at, among others, Vodafone, Agilent Technologies and Hewlett-Packard and led several digital transformations in retail.

How has your first week been?
Hectic, but so far everyone’s very friendly, and very helpful. I’m also impressed by the building. No matter where you go, you have this amazing view of Amsterdam and the water surrounding it.

Why TomTom?
TomTom is a great brand with cutting-edge technology that’s at least 10 years ahead and is already shaping the future. I also love the entrepreneurial, high-paced international environment, and the warmth and friendliness of all TomTom’ers. Talking to all these different people from over 55 countries truly gives me energy.

What are you going to do at TomTom?
Well, I’m in Marketing. Marketing visualises to the consumer what the company is doing. It’s important we are all on the same page, working towards the same goal, so that our customers know what TomTom really stands for.

Our customers still think of TomTom as a consumer brand (sat navs), but we’re so much more than that. Every day, our engineers work on cutting-edge tech related to autonomous driving, machine learning, and cloud-based mapping. It’s an exciting time, with a grand future.

On one hand, my job will be getting the message across to everyone outside of TomTom that we’re far beyond sat navs. On the other – and I truly value this – I want every person who works towards this shared future to be proud of what we put out there, of our message.

What’s your greatest achievement?
Being a good facilitator. It’s teams that do the actual work, and I believe leaders are there to unleash the talent. This means helping my team become the best, and the way to do that is, quite simply, talking to each other and working together closely. Nobody can sit on an island. We have to build bridges.

What are some fun facts about you?
I bike to work on a typical old Amsterdam bike. Well, as long as it’s not raining! I’m not a cook, but I love making and eating pancakes. Nothing special, just with ‘stroop’ (syrup) and ‘poedersuiker’ (sugar).



Ready to be part of TomTom’s future in shaping the world with cutting-edge navigation technology? Want to work with tech used to enable Autonomous Driving, machine learning, or cloud-based mapping? Then check out our career page
TomTom 25
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Our customers still think of TomTom as a consumer brand (sat navs), but we’re so much more than that. Every day, our engineers work on cutting-edge tech related to autonomous driving, machine learning, and cloud-based mapping. It’s an exciting time, with a grand future.

Wat wij hier al zo vaak gezegd hebben...vele denken nog steeds bij tt alleen aan de navigatie kastjes....
*Natte krant*
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TTendofstory schreef op 28 okt 2017 om 14:30:


[...]

Wat jammer dat Rabo er niet meer is om dit allemaal mee te maken.
Die 9-10 pendel in optima forma...en dan over een maandje de 10-11 pendel.
Of als het wat tegenzit de 8-9 pendel.
Het sleutelwoord blijft pendel. Onomstotelijk.
Wat nu als de koers bij 9,60 blijft tot 31-12. Dan is dat geen pendel maar een surplace. Heb je daar wel eens aan gedacht endofstory?
Geloof je in een endofstory scenario voor TT of is dat een gebbetje?
Denk het tot wel. Sportendofstory. Ja dat wel..
Maar RoadDNAenHDMAPs die zijn juststartthestory toch?
Zou zo graag ook een Rabo z'n viezie daar op hebben gehad.
Ok ik hoor dat ie vanwege Libor op de kaaimaneilanden verschanst zit...
TomTom 25
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THU OCT 26, 2017 / 6:00 AM EDT
Chipmaker Nvidia's CEO sees fully autonomous cars within 4 years
Reuters Staff

REUTERS/TYRONE SIU
(Reuters) - Nvidia Corp chief executive Jensen Huang said on Thursday artificial intelligence would enable fully automated cars within 4 years, but sought to tamp down expectations for a surge in demand for its chips from cryptocurrency miners.

Nvidia came to prominence in the gaming industry for designing graphics-processing chips, but in recent years has been expanding into newer technologies including high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, and self-driving cars.

Its expansion has been richly rewarded with a 170 percent stock surge over the past year, boosting its market value to $116 billion.

"It will take no more than 4 years to have fully autonomous cars on the road. How long it takes for the vast majority of cars on the road to become that, it really just depends," Huang told media after a company event in Taipei.

Global tech firms such as Apple Inc, Facebook, Alphabet Inc, Amazon and China's Huawei [HWT.UL] are spending heavily to develop and offer AI-powered services and products in search of new growth drivers.

Apple Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams said earlier this week that the firm sees its mobile devices as a major platform for AI in the future. [nL4N1MY3N5]

"There are many tasks in companies that can be automated... the productivity of society will go up," said Nvidia's Huang.

But Huang joined peers taming expectations of strong revenue growth from a wave of interest in cryptocurrencies. Advanced Micro Devices Inc expected this week that there will be some leveling off of cryptocurrency demand. [nL4N1MZ5RP]

"Revenue for us in crypto is over $100 million a quarter. For us, it's a small percentage... It's obviously not a target market," Huang said.

ADVERTISEMENT

Cryptocurrencies are digital currencies that use encryption techniques for security and can be traded. Miners use computers to process cryptocurrency transactions, and they are rewarded with additional cryptocurrency.
Beperktedijkbewaking
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Tomtom25 schreef op 28 okt 2017 om 10:24:


[...]
Hoelang doe je over 18000 km HDmap, dat is dan de vraag.
Ik denk niet zo lang. Een schatting is 3000 mijl per camerawagen per maand, zie (post 11 jun 2015 om 14:26):
www.iex.nl/Forum/Topic/1325687/69/Wee...

Gesloopt door HG
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Tomtom25 schreef op 28 okt 2017 om 16:22:


Our customers still think of TomTom as a consumer brand (sat navs), but we’re so much more than that. Every day, our engineers work on cutting-edge tech related to autonomous driving, machine learning, and cloud-based mapping. It’s an exciting time, with a grand future.

Wat wij hier al zo vaak gezegd hebben...vele denken nog steeds bij tt alleen aan de navigatie kastjes....


Werk aan de winkel dus voor de nieuwe man.
eduardo3105
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thelastdriverlicenseholder.com/2017/1...
Until 2020 Baidu aims to have all Chinese roads and highways in the maps. Other countries can be integrated through open standards such as OpenDrive.

An important aspect was the development of a simulator. To get to mass production, autonomous vehicles must drive 10 billion kilometers for proof of concept. With 100 vehicles driving 24 hours seven days a week , this would still mean 225 years of driving. Simulators can accelerate that and reduce costs. Both Uber and Waymo recently gave a glimpse into the workings of their simulators, with which they “drive” billions kilometer per year.
holenbeer
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Oh oh, gezeik met TomTom in Radar. Zo snel mogelijk stoppen met die consumer shit. Of zsm een betere naam voor de B2B vinden.
DerksVisie
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Tomtom25 schreef op 28 okt 2017 om 16:16:



MEET TOMTOM’S NEW CMO, ROBERT BOHEMEN!
Friday, October 20, 2017
Have you met Robert Bohemen yet? Robert has extensive experience in leading digital and transformational projects. His primary objective will be to reinforce TomTom’s position as a leading navigation technology brand and capitalise on the momentum created by TomTom’s considerably increased B2B activities.

Robert held marketing communication positions at, among others, Vodafone, Agilent Technologies and Hewlett-Packard and led several digital transformations in retail.

How has your first week been?
Hectic, but so far everyone’s very friendly, and very helpful. I’m also impressed by the building. No matter where you go, you have this amazing view of Amsterdam and the water surrounding it.

Why TomTom?
TomTom is a great brand with cutting-edge technology that’s at least 10 years ahead and is already shaping the future. I also love the entrepreneurial, high-paced international environment, and the warmth and friendliness of all TomTom’ers. Talking to all these different people from over 55 countries truly gives me energy.

What are you going to do at TomTom?
Well, I’m in Marketing. Marketing visualises to the consumer what the company is doing. It’s important we are all on the same page, working towards the same goal, so that our customers know what TomTom really stands for.

Our customers still think of TomTom as a consumer brand (sat navs), but we’re so much more than that. Every day, our engineers work on cutting-edge tech related to autonomous driving, machine learning, and cloud-based mapping. It’s an exciting time, with a grand future.

On one hand, my job will be getting the message across to everyone outside of TomTom that we’re far beyond sat navs. On the other – and I truly value this – I want every person who works towards this shared future to be proud of what we put out there, of our message.

What’s your greatest achievement?
Being a good facilitator. It’s teams that do the actual work, and I believe leaders are there to unleash the talent. This means helping my team become the best, and the way to do that is, quite simply, talking to each other and working together closely. Nobody can sit on an island. We have to build bridges.

What are some fun facts about you?
I bike to work on a typical old Amsterdam bike. Well, as long as it’s not raining! I’m not a cook, but I love making and eating pancakes. Nothing special, just with ‘stroop’ (syrup) and ‘poedersuiker’ (sugar).



Ready to be part of TomTom’s future in shaping the world with cutting-edge navigation technology? Want to work with tech used to enable Autonomous Driving, machine learning, or cloud-based mapping? Then check out our career page


Zo we lopen niet meer 2-3 jaar voor, maar volgens meneer 10 jaar. Dat is nou marketing haha.
Sunshine Band
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BMW takes slow road to high-speed autonomy

Klaus Buettner, BMW's vice president of autonomous driving projects, told reporters last week at an event at the automaker's Silicon Valley office that BMW is spending the next couple of years working with suppliers and testing prototypes to ensure the automaker can introduce a system that can operate at high speeds in most highway driving situations, with the added benefit of being a backup operator in fully automated vehicles.

BMW's system won't be available until 2021, which puts it several years behind competitors.

europe.autonews.com/article/20171028/...
F814
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Sunshine Band schreef op 28 okt 2017 om 23:36:


BMW takes slow road to high-speed autonomy

Klaus Buettner, BMW's vice president of autonomous driving projects, told reporters last week at an event at the automaker's Silicon Valley office that BMW is spending the next couple of years working with suppliers and testing prototypes to ensure the automaker can introduce a system that can operate at high speeds in most highway driving situations, with the added benefit of being a backup operator in fully automated vehicles.

BMW's system won't be available until 2021, which puts it several years behind competitors.

europe.autonews.com/article/20171028/...


Dus toch die achterstand van HERE?
TomTom 25
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F814 schreef op 29 okt 2017 om 08:14:


[...]

Dus toch die achterstand van HERE?


Straks moet Here toch nog met tt gaan samenwerken, om die achterstand te achterhalen?
TomTom 25
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DIT IS OUD NIEUWS UIT 2016
March 14, 2016 15:41

Zenrin Plans on Making 3D Maps for Autonomous Cars

Japan’s top map maker is making a big push in the development of navigation guides for driverless cars. Zenrin counts Google and Toyota among its clients and wants to create 3-D maps for autonomous vehicles by 2020. Bloomberg’s Ma Jie reports on “First Up.” (Source: Bloomberg)

From cartographers on foot to gathering data from vehicles equipped with sensors, a Japanese company that started out making guides listing public hot spring baths is taking a leap into the world of autonomous driving.

Zenrin Co., Japan’s biggest mapmaker which counts Google Inc. and Toyota Motor Corp. among its clients, intends to build on its knowledge of Japan’s topography, which it has been honing for its seven decades in operation. To keep its edge and stave off competition, the company is working on a system to translate data gathered from vehicles mounted with cameras and other equipment in real time.

Such capability is essential in developing maps for driverless cars that Japanese automakers including Nissan Motor Co. and Toyota Motor Corp. aim to introduce after 2020. Zenrin joins Google, Mobileye NV and Germany’s HERE — which was purchased from Nokia Oyj by Audi AG, BMW AG and Daimler AG — in a race to develop systems that provide precise, contextual guidance for self-driving vehicles.

Mapping technology is one of the biggest technical hurdles facing autonomous cars, according to Carlos Ghosn, chief executive officer of Nissan and Renault SA. Unlike traditional maps used in current car navigation, which rely on a pre-installed database, maps for autonomous driving need real-time updates including of traffic conditions and precise road information such as closures and new signs.

“There’s a huge gap between making current navigation maps and maps for autonomous driving,” said Zenrin President Zenshi Takayama at the company’s headquarters in Tokyo. “It’s like comparing climbing Mount Fuji to climbing Mount Everest.”

Such efforts are being stepped up as automakers across the world work on the technology to make self-driving cars a reality. As many as 12 million autonomous cars are forecast to be sold globally in 2035, accounting for about 10 percent of total car sales, according to IHS Automotive.

Zenrin, which is 7.5 percent owned by Toyota, is counting on this new push to be a growth driver as competition erodes revenue from its key businesses such as smartphone map services and car navigation maps. Zenrin posted two consecutive financial-year periods of sales and operating profit declines through March 2015. Its shares rose 1.8 percent to 2,007 yen as of 12:36 p.m. in Tokyo trading, their highest intraday level since Feb. 5. The company’s shares have fallen 19 percent this year, compared with a 11 percent decline in the benchmark Topix index.

Advanced Technologies

“No matter how complete your current map database is, you can’t put everything in there, and real-time deep learning capabilities are essential for autonomous driving,” said Zhou Lei, a Tokyo-based partner at Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting. “In order to compete with rising rivals, especially new entrants like Mobileye, Zenrin also needs advanced computer science technologies.”

Zenrin intends to develop a system to make three-dimensional maps automatically from the data sets generated from vehicles mounted with various sensing equipment. The aim is a system that will be updated with fresh information, according to Tomoki Yamaguchi, a spokesman at the mapmaker. Zenrin, which is using data collected by equipment from other companies, didn’t give further details of how it plans to gather real-time information.

“If we just use a monitor car, we will only be able to get the same information as everyone else — we don’t have any advantage,” said Takayama. “You still need the knowhow to turn the data into maps.”

Hot Springs

Zenrin started making tourist guide maps in west Japan’s renowned onsen, or hot springs, town of Beppu in 1948. Over the years, Zenrin moved from making meticulous print maps to digital systems used in car navigation, for which Zenrin has the largest market share in Japan.

It has about 1,000 field surveyors, such as Fumiaki Kohguchi. On a January afternoon, Kohguchi walked through the streets and alleys of Tokyo’s Bunkyo district noting changes such as new tenants or parking lots. He’s aware of the contribution his work could make to autonomous driving.

A measuring vehicle that gathers data on lanes and traffic signs.
A measuring vehicle that gathers data on lanes and traffic signs.
Source: Zenrin Co.
“When you use a car navigation system, the liability is still on the driver,” said Kohguchi. “But for autonomous-driving cars, the liability could be on the maps.”

Crowd-Sourcing

In January, Mobileye, the Jerusalem-based maker of software for driverless cars that went public in a $1 billion offering in 2014, unveiled partnerships with General Motors Co. and Volkswagen AG to develop new mapping technology that gathers crowd-sourced real-time data from cars made by the automakers.

The German carmakers’ digital mapping unit, HERE, makes maps accurate to within as few as 10 centimeters (4 inches), a level of detail necessary for auto-guidance.

While companies like HERE have a strong presence in the West, it’s not the case in Japan and China, according to Matteo Fini, an auto-components analyst for IHS Automotive.

“You can see clearly that carmakers need to have some strong local partners in order to make sure they have global coverage,” he said. “The local mapmakers like Zenrin can also be very valuable assets” for automakers.

Zenrin, which aims to be able to sell maps enabling autonomous driving by 2020, said it will set up a separate division in April to directly report to the president to further strengthen its efforts in the area.

The race to develop maps for self-driving cars will intensify as more companies jump in, according to Deloitte’s Zhou.

“An autonomous-driving vehicle without good maps is like a human being with a missing part in his brain — it’s not going to work,” said Zhou. “You need to give the car all the necessary information for it to drive autonomously, and the map is an essential part.”
Moneyball
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Tomtom25 schreef op 29 okt 2017 om 09:03:


Zenrin joins Google, Mobileye NV and Germany’s HERE — which was purchased from Nokia Oyj by Audi AG, BMW AG and Daimler AG — in a race to develop systems that provide precise, contextual guidance for self-driving vehicles.

Daar moet toch iets mis gegaan zijn,dat ze nu toch gekozen hebben voor TomTom, lijkt mij.


Is het niet zo dat ze met beide samenwerken?
TomTom 25
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Opvallend in dit stuk uit 2016, dat er met geen woord gerept wordt over TomTom. Wel over Google, HERE en Mobileye.
TomTom 25
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It’s world congress van 29 october tor 2 november. Daar nog iets te verwachten misschien. Zie wel dat HERE een van de hoofdsponsors is.
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