Submitted on Oct 15, 2013


Tags : transportation mobility data_analytics big_data

Author : Boris Chidlovskii, Principal Scientist


The introduction of “self-driving” cars will dramatically reshape not only the landscape of the automotive industry but also the role vehicles play in our lives and the future design of our roads and cities. Existing solutions have their limitations but will be overcome by the eventual convergence of sensor-based and communication-based vehicle technologies. The service opportunities that will arise from their widespread adoption are endless, in particular those based on the huge volume of data produced and the need to marshal heterogeneous data sources.


This video was one of the 4 Emerging Trends presentations given at the XRCE 20th anniversary Oct 4th 2013.

Find about more about the transportation industry focus at Xerox Research Centre Europe

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Valerie Raburn, VP and chief innovation officer for Insurance Commercial Solutions at Xerox interviewed by Insurance Business on some of the social, economic, and insurance applications of driverless car technology