AI Use Case

Automate driving with self-driving vehicles

Self-driving vehicles are a poster child for AI. In fact there are multiple levels of risk, autonomy and functionality that this encompasses. There will likely be many linked network vehciles or protected environment deployments before we see fully autonomous vehicles deployed in a non-test environment on city streets.

Function

Benefits

Revenue - New product,Cost - Job automation

Case Studies

Mercedes-Benz~Mercedes-Benz claims 20% increase in parking garage space by implementing autonomous valet parking system developed with Bosch,City of Helsinki~Self-driving bus on Helsinki RobobusLine goes to scheduled service ,Local Motors~Local Motors offers mobility to people with disabilities through a 3D printed autonomous vehicle with natural language processing ,"TuSimple~TuSimple successfully completed a 200-mile level 4 test drive of a driverless truck passed from San Diego to Yuma, Arizona.",Tesla Inc~Drivers demonstrate Tesla's Autopilot limitations in recreation of fatal Model X crash at exact same location,Transdev North America~Transdev North America is ordered to stop self-driving school bus pilot project due to the participation of children,Abellio London~Abellio London claims it reduced bus collisions and injuries by 29% and 60% respectively with collision avoidance technology,Rolls Royce~Rolls Royce demonstrates fully autonomous ship travelling between Parainen and Nauvo in Finland,Berkeley Lab~Berkeley Lab releases reinforcement learning training platform for training autonomous vehicles on traffic regulation

Industry

Consumer Goods And Services

Automobiles And Parts

Data Sets

Structured / Semi-structured,Images,Video,Time series

AI Technologies

ML Task - Action Selection - Reinforcement Learning ,ML Task - Prediction - Binary Classification,ML Task - Prediction - Multi-class Classification,ML Task - Prediction - Regression,ML Task - Prediction - Annotation,ML Task - Grouping - Anomaly Detection,Traditional AI

Potential Vendors

Bosch,IBM Watson,Nvidia,Intel