Friday, 14 December 2018

Moving Towards Autonomous Driving Networks

A Knowledge Network article supplied by Huawei
Monday 15 October 18

Throughout history, we have never ceased in our pursuit of greater productivity. With each new industrial revolution, from industrialization and digitalization to today's focus on robotics and artificial intelligence (AI), we have seen giant leaps in terms of our industrial efficiency. In 1947, US completed the first autonomous transatlantic flight. 1983 witnessed the world's first driverless metro – Métro de Lille – going live in France. In 2012, Google obtained the world's first self-driving car license in Nevada, with its self-driving cars travelling 8 million kilometers as of March 2018. Autonomous driving is no longer the stuff of science fiction. Indeed, today, with the massive strides made in autonomous driving technologies, companies like Tesla are making it possible for people to travel in a comfortable and more environmentally friendly way. In a fully connected and intelligent era, autonomous driving is becoming a reality. Industries like automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing are modernizing and renewing themselves by introducing autonomous technologies. Huge Telecom Structural Challenges Requiring Autonomous Driving According to a report by OVUM, over the past decade, growth in the telecommunications industry's revenue has never outpaced growth in OPEX…

Throughout history, we have never ceased in our pursuit of greater productivity. With each new industrial revolution, from industrialization and digitalization to today's focus on robotics and artificial intelligence (AI), we have seen giant leaps in terms of our industrial efficiency. In 1947, US completed the first autonomous transatlantic flight. 1983 witnessed the world's first driverless metro – Métro de Lille – going live in France. In 2012, Google obtained the world's first self-driving car license in Nevada, with its self-driving cars travelling 8 million kilometers as of March 2018. Autonomous driving is no longer the stuff of science fiction. Indeed, today, with the massive strides made in autonomous driving technologies, companies like Tesla are making it possible for people to travel in a comfortable and more environmentally friendly way. In a fully connected and intelligent era, autonomous driving is becoming a reality. Industries like automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing are modernizing and renewing themselves by introducing autonomous technologies. Huge Telecom Structural Challenges Requiring Autonomous Driving According to a report by OVUM, over the past decade, growth in the telecommunications industry's revenue has never outpaced growth in OPEX…

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