ECR at NASA Autonomy Workshop

Edge Case Research will be participating in NASA’s Autonomy Workshop to be held on Carnegie Mellon University’s campus in Pittsburgh on October 10-11, 2018. The event is closed to the public, however most of the panel discussions will be livestreamed here:...

Media Mentions

The Road to AV Safety Has Potholes
AV tech companies are approaching safety in virtually the least safe way possible. We identified 5 things still missing in AV development practices.

EETimes

You Say Your AV Is Safe? Show Me
Credible claims of safety require proof. It won’t cut it for companies such as Waymo, Uber or GM to simply declare their vehicles are safe.

EETimes

Cheddar Rides- Autonomous Vehicles, Micro-Mobility
On Cheddar rides we talked to Professor Phil Koopman, Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer, Edge Case Research about setting standards in the autonomous vehicle space.

Cheddar

Phil Koopman on Autonocast
As countless dead-end demos have proven, building the features and functionality of an autonomous drive system is far easier than creating a system that can reliably keep passengers safe in the chaos of a modern roadway.

Autonocast

Bias in AI: Impact on Safety
At Edge Case Research, we believe that artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to make everyone safer. For example, in the future, the constant vigilance and superhuman reflexes of AI in self-driving cars could dramatically reduce accident rates.

EETimes

Coming soon to Pa. roads: Autonomous trains of semi trucks
The failure of the AV START Act in the United States Senate did more than just delay U.S. federal regulations for self-driving car technology that has yet to progress beyond the pilot-test stage.

Incline

AV Testing Advances Without Standards
The failure of the AV START Act in the United States Senate did more than just delay U.S. federal regulations for self-driving car technology that has yet to progress beyond the pilot-test stage.

Semiconductor Engineering

Can We Get Past Road Testing?
In assessing who’s ahead in the race to first commercially deploy AVs, companies, pundits and media have been using the number of hours each company spent on robocar testing on public roads as the yardstick.  

EE Times