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The tech-driven disruption of the auto industry cuts across domains, from silicon and software to sensors and AI to smart traffic management and mobility services. Get the chip- to city-scale story in regular interviews with technologists at Siemens and beyond.

The tech-driven disruption of the auto industry cuts across domains, from silicon and software to sensors and AI to smart traffic management and mobility services. Get the chip- to city-scale story in regular interviews with technologists at Siemens and beyond.
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The tech-driven disruption of the auto industry cuts across domains, from silicon and software to sensors and AI to smart traffic management and mobility services. Get the chip- to city-scale story in regular interviews with technologists at Siemens and beyond.

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English


Episodes

Driving Around the Globe with Henri Coron

7/30/2019
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Driverless cars are not a fantasy anymore. We hear more and more about the autonomous technology and the advancements that are made in the field, by dedicated companies. A pioneer and specialist in the autonomous vehicle market, Navya assists cities and private sites around the world in improving their transport offer with its autonomous, driverless and electric solutions. At the cutting edge of technology, Navya revolutionizes trips by offering fluid mobility solutions. Today we have a...

Duration:00:32:34

Q&A with Henri Coron

7/29/2019
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Driverless cars are not a fantasy anymore. We hear more and more about the autonomous technology and the advancements that are made in the field, by dedicated companies. A pioneer and specialist in the autonomous vehicle market, Navya assists cities and private sites around the world in improving their transport offer with its autonomous, driverless and electric solutions. At the cutting edge of technology, Navya revolutionizes trips by offering fluid mobility solutions. Today we have a...

Duration:00:34:50

Q&A with Gernot Spiegelberg

7/22/2019
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Fifty years from today, what will the world look like? On this podcast, we discuss the future of the automotive industry, the development of different types of cars, and how infrastructures in cities will need to transform. In this episode, we’re taking it one step further. We’re tackling a specific vision of how cities will transform, both above and below ground, as a result of the rapidly changing automotive industry. This episode features Gernot Spiegelberg, from the corporate research...

Duration:00:34:04

Envisioning a Greener Future with Gernot Spiegelberg

7/22/2019
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Fifty years from today, what will the world look like? On this podcast, we discuss the future of the automotive industry, the development of different types of cars, and how infrastructures in cities will need to transform. In this episode, we’re taking it one step further. We’re tackling a specific vision of how cities will transform, both above and below ground, as a result of the rapidly changing automotive industry. This episode features Gernot Spiegelberg, from the corporate research...

Duration:00:31:04

The Future of Traffic Flow with Eric Gannaway

7/15/2019
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There’s nothing more annoying than inching along the road in a city with heavy traffic. With today’s traffic light systems, it’s not unusual to get stuck at a red light, travel 30 feet, then get stopped again. Rinse and repeat. There are, however, innovations in the works to create intelligent traffic systems: ones that collect data, analyze the patterns, and make adjustments in real-time, ultimately making traffic systems more efficient than they are today. In this episode, we’re going...

Duration:00:31:14

Q&A with Eric Gannaway

7/15/2019
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There’s nothing more annoying than inching along the road in a city with heavy traffic. With today’s traffic light systems, it’s not unusual to get stuck at a red light, travel 30 feet, then get stopped again. Rinse and repeat. There are, however, innovations in the works to create intelligent traffic systems: ones that collect data, analyze the patterns, and make adjustments in real-time, ultimately making traffic systems more efficient than they are today. In this episode, we’re going...

Duration:00:36:04

David Fritz sits down with AutoSensTV in Detroit

7/8/2019
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David Fritz has been making the rounds to talk about the Siemens PAVE360 program, a validation environment for ADAS and automated driving that spans chips to vehicle hardware and software to simulated traffic flows. Here, David sits down with Automoblog's Carl Anthony at AutoSens in Detroit to run through the rationale behind the program, announced in May 2019 and already featured in EE Times and of course, on the Autonocast, our guests at AutoSens. (The Autonocast subscriber count now tops...

Duration:00:12:10

The car of the future: Electric, connected and autonomous | Joe Barkai

7/1/2019
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We commissioned independent analyst, Joe Barkai, to write this paper giving his take on how automotive design is changing given the oft-mentioned trends of electrification, connectivity and autonomy. We decided to present that paper in audio form in this episode, along with a brief introductory discussion with Joe, who's also Chairman of the Automotive IoT program at SAE International and former VP of research at IDC. Notably, Joe not only provides a relatively thorough and evergreen...

Duration:01:05:40

The Automotive Digital Enterprise: A Today Problem

5/20/2019
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Ginni Saraswati reads a blog post from Andy Macleod entitled "The automotive digital enterprise: a today problem," published Friday, May 31st, 2019. Andy is director of automotive marketing for the Mentor portfolio at Siemens PLM Software, based in Austin. He is the author of handful of whitepapers, including "Chip Design for the Future of Mobility," compiled with help from occasional podcast co-host, Conor Peick. Andy has also made regular appearances on the podcast. His audioblog, "Cars,...

Duration:00:08:44

GWU Professor John Helveston on EVs in China

5/13/2019
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We came across Prof. Helveston first in this piece in Axios on prospects for EVs and AVs in China given a rule change on how foreign carmakers must operate in the country. The rule had required joint ventures with Chinese firms for all foreign car companies looking to make and sell vehicles in China. Now it's easier for foreign carmakers and aerospace firms to own factories in China. According to Prof. Helveston's research, the rule may have hindered tech transfer from the global brands...

Duration:00:42:56

Future electric cars must focus on battery, architecture development

4/22/2019
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"Electrification is indispensable for autonomous vehicles," says Puneet Sinha, in a recent Siemens blog, offered here in audio. Among the topics Puneet addresses: how to compensate for range reduction associated autonomous functionality; how the convergence of autonomy and electrification affects the electrical distribution system; and why virtual testing, validation, and verification will loom larger in the years ahead. Make sure to check out Puneet's post, as well, for twin photos...

Duration:00:10:32

CES 2019 Conference: Episode 2

3/18/2019
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Welcome back to the Future Car Podcast. This week we wanted to bring you more of the amazing conversations that we had at CES 2019. It was truly an incredible week, we learned so much about the innovation happening in the transportation space.

Duration:00:17:10

Automotive Audio at CES 2019

3/4/2019
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Welcome back to another episode of The Future Car Podcast. In this episode, Geoff, Ed and the Future Car crew kicked off the new year at CES 2019. It was a great week spent with the best and brightest in consumer tech and the gang captured some interviews that will be coming in the feed in the months ahead. Here, we caught up Anil Khanna, product line director for audio innovation in the Mentor portfolio at Siemens PLM, and Kenneth Waurin, worldwide strategy manager at Analog Devices (ADI).

Duration:00:08:56

Will Cowboys or Collaborators Shape the Self-Driving Future?

3/4/2019
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The Future Car Podcast: Will Cowboys or Collaborators Shape the Self-Driving Future? You may have noticed the bloom is ever so slightly off the autonomous vehicle rose. With the growing cynicism directed at Silicon Valley and the media’s intense focus on incidents involving self-driving vehicles, autonomous vehicle companies are struggling to win over the approval of the general public. In this episode, we draw from discussions that include Elon Musk, Eran Shir, and Sam Abuelsamid. All...

Duration:00:13:28

Cars, Mobility, Chip to City Design (and the iPhone 4)

2/25/2019
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Sometimes, it seems like technology is developing so quickly that we can’t keep up while simultaneously not advancing fast enough. Carmakers, such as Tesla, are now taking advantage of the technological advances that allow allthe functionality of a central processor, many discrete components that perform various functionalities, and more, all to be integrated onto a single chip: the system-on-chip, or SoC. This compute consolidation requires less space and less power consumption, which is...

Duration:00:10:20

Katherine Sheriff - Emergent Technology Consultants (and AV lawyer)

2/18/2019
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You are always on the go—from city to city, from store to store, and from work to home. For many, they have to rely heavily on their cars in order to function day to day. Imagine never staying in one place for your entire life, always moving around and seeking out adventures and career opportunities—and then having that independence abruptly stolen away from you. This is the reality for many people around the world, especially for the elderly and disabled populations. This is what drove...

Duration:00:37:47

[Unedited] Justin Ho: Violins, rideOS and beyond

2/11/2019
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Justin Ho is the co-founder and CEO of rideOS, which TechCrunch described as aiming to be traffic-control center for self-driving cars (though fleets of human-driven vehicles stand to benefit from its services, too). Funded by Siemens' venture arm, Next47, rideOS enables other companies in the industry to accelerate the deployment of their fleets, expand service coverage, and operate safer and more profitable transportation networks, all while benefiting from the scale and performance of the...

Duration:00:46:13

Justin Ho - Violins, Banking & rideOS

2/11/2019
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Justin Ho is the co-founder and CEO of rideOS, which TechCrunch described as aiming to be traffic-control center for self-driving cars (though fleets of human-driven vehicles stand to benefit from its services, too). Funded by Siemens' venture arm, Next47, rideOS enables other companies in the industry to accelerate the deployment of their fleets, expand service coverage, and operate safer and more profitable transportation networks, all while benefiting from the scale and performance of the...

Duration:00:38:05

[Unedited] Keeping it SAFE with Amitai Bin-Nun & Ed Bernardon

2/4/2019
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Amitai Bin-Nun is the Vice President at Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE). There, it’s his job to assist with developing and establishing regulations on autonomous vehicles. His goal is to find a balance between ensuring the safety of people, promoting innovation, and maximizing the potential of the technology used in self-driving vehicles. These types of vehicles are transforming the way we travel; Amitai also shares how beneficial this technology might be for those living with...

Duration:00:48:12

Keeping it SAFE with Amitai Bin-Nun & Ed Bernardon

2/4/2019
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Amitai Bin-Nun is the Vice President at Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE). There, it’s his job to assist with developing and establishing regulations on autonomous vehicles. His goal is to find a balance between ensuring the safety of people, promoting innovation, and maximizing the potential of the technology. These types of vehicles are transforming the way all of us travel; Amitai discusses how impactful the development of this technology will be for those living with...

Duration:00:50:01