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Since this is a technology site, we'll kick things off with the best new automotive technology of this year's NYIAS. That honor belongs to Cadillac, which is joining the semi-autonomous driving fray with its new "level 2" system, called Supercruise. We have driven some pretty good semi-autonomous systems recently: Audi, Volvo, and Tesla all spring immediately to mind. These use a combination of adaptive cruise control and lane keeping assists to keep your car on track on the highway, backing up the human driver to counteract fatigue and provide a little digital helping hand on long drives. Supercruise combines those two driver assists with a few extra neat features that mark the next step on the road to fully self-driving vehicles.
In addition to adaptive cruise control (which uses radar sensors to match your speed to the cars in front) and lane keeping (which uses optical sensors to read the lane markings and keep you centered between them), Cadillac added another pair of features that allow the driver to go hands-free for much longer than the industry standard 15 second time interval. The first is a system that measures driver attentiveness. This works via an optical sensor in the cabin that tracks head movement, keeping note of where the person behind the wheel is looking. If the driver spends too long looking away from the road, the car alerts them that it's time to pay attention to the task at hand through a succession of increasingly demonstrative alerts, including an LED bar in the steering wheel rim that pulses and changes color. (Haptic and audio alerts are also configurable in the system).
The system will first appear on the 2018 Cadillac CT6, which hits the showrooms later this year, but we'd be extremely surprised if the system didn't eventually make its way into much of General Motors' offerings|
|It seems Supercruise is being officially unveiled this week at the New York Autoshow.
It would be great for marketing if SEE were allowed issue an RNS confirming their part in the technology.|
|Consistent conversion rate above 60% for fleet trials.Thats settled my nerves a little.|
|Yeah it don't you mad half of the info isn't on a rns|
|Fleet update issued this morning. Great read. Contracted revenue rising rapidly and very positive outlook for the next quarter.
Struggle to understand why they don't rns it, given it includes financial performance data.
Hopeful we could see a material break above 4p today.
|While self drive cars are still some years away, the technology for it takes a long time to pass the regulators, (this is not a phone). If SEE ip is not in the current
crop of car automation systems then they have a problem.
While the self drive car may take a while to be accepted, the economics of self drive lorries, taxis is huge, no more driver hours limitation. Even if it cost £100,000 per lorry , there is no driver to pay and the lorry operates 24/7.|
|Everything comes to he who waits... if SEE fail to incorporate the Tech they've developed into other embedded Automotive technologies then the Business Leaders need crucifying... it's all happening right now in R&D Functions across Automotive (and other Sectors) across the World, so it's NOW or never !!!|
|Meanwhile, on the snorient express...|
|I was surprised to hear that a lot of the big trucks in mines are now autonomous. I guess this is one area that works against SEE.|
|mwaters, thanks - looks good|
|DS (PSA) Vehicles DMS has been developed by this lot....
Are SEE involved with either of PSA or the EPFL via any sort of Partnership ????|
|I'm glad you can understand my writing alchemy. It sounded like I was having a stroke in the last sentence.|
|Fatigue/concentration monitoring. Must be ours.|
|Is that is longsight?|
|So.. Cash burn of $14m every 6 months, cash balance as Of now about approx $30m.... Either major contracts need signing or I would expect an annual cash raise of approx $20m every year to continue. Not unusual, but the balance of income v money raised has to start reversing....
Why so much on corporate expenses and research expense....? At some point this needs to be reduced, they either have something that sells itself or they don't.... Can't keep chasing the sales.
But.. For the area they are in, it might only take one really good deal for things to shift dramatically.
Six more months.|
|SHUT UP YOU SMELLY FUKWIT!!|
|The usual slime crawling out of the woodwork on stagnant progress - hard to argue though!|
|The Cash burn is totally unacceptable... it's easy to Forecast something worse and come in under expectations... it doesn't however make it right.
I still firmly believe this will fly big-time eventually BUT it's not going to reward longer-term Investors with its current strategy, we're just going to end up the poor relatives with little payback
|Chunky sell at 3.34. I'm a buyer at 1p for the potential of the 3D phone tale - GL|
|Switched to Nvidia , some sellers' remorse though, hope to bee back.|