The Shell Autonomous car during day one Make the Future London

Autonomiczny samochód: przyszłość motoryzacji

Transport jest na skraju rewolucji, jakiej nie doświadczyliśmy odkąd przestaliśmy używać koni do przewożenia ludzi i towarów. Było to ponad sto lat temu. Obecnie nadchodzi era, w której autonomiczny samochód stanie się najbardziej pożądanym środkiem transportu.

Autor oryginalnego artykułu: Craig Thomas w dniu 2018-11-29

Samochód autonomiczny to jedynie kolejny krok na drodze do rozwoju technologicznego, do którego producenci motoryzacyjni dążą od kilkudziesięciu lat. Funkcje takie jak adaptive cruise control (urządzenie utrzymujące odpowiedni odstęp między poruszającymi się pojazdami), asystent pasa ruchu, wykrywacz martwego pola, system awaryjnego hamowania w mieście czy asystent parkowania to dowód na to, że nasze samochody są już wysoce zaawansowanymi maszynami.

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Revolutionising Mobility and Transport

Title: Revolutionising Mobility and Transport

Duration: 1:33 minutes

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Autonomous vehicle technology, and how it is revolutionising mobility.

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Revolutionising Mobility / Autonomous Vehicle Technology

Interview with Dr Chi Tong

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Senior Researcher, Mobile Robotics Group, Oxford University

[Dr Chi Tong]

This is our autonomous car. It drives itself. This is a project that we started with Shell.

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Front view of the autonomous car approaching on a track, cutting to a rear view of the car on the track as it drives off into the distance. Close-up of the Shell Pecten on the bonnet of the autonomous car.

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Dr. Chi Tong / Senior Researcher, Mobile Robotics Group, Oxford University

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We were looking at what we could do, what’s the next big thing in mobility.

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Mid-view of Dr Chi Tong, standing in front of the autonomous car in a darkened interior. Close-up of the steering wheel and dashboard of the car.

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It’s an urban concept vehicle and we started converting it into drive by wire, started outfitting with the sensors and the computing necessary to get it to drive itself.

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Mid-view of Dr Chi Tong, standing in front of the autonomous car in a darkened interior. High angle footage of the car in the darkened interior, panning to the raised side angled doors. Mid-view of Dr Chi Tong, standing in front of the autonomous car in a darkened interior. Close-up side-view of the car passing on the track as it rounds a bend and exits at frame-left.  

[Dr Chi Tong]

The idea of autonomy is that you want to answer three main questions. You want to answer: Where am I? What is around me? And where do I go next?

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Where am I? What’s around me? Where next?

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Mid-view of Dr Chi Tong, standing in front of the autonomous car in a darkened interior. Close-up in rear-view as the car passes the shot, moving to a wider view as the car moves off onto the track.

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And once you have all of those things and all of these in algorithms and computing, then you can just start telling it to spin the wheels this much, turn the steering wheel, and we go.

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Mid-view of Dr Chi Tong, standing in front of the autonomous car in a darkened interior. Side-view footage of the interior of the car, parked on the track, two people bending in at the open door at the right side of the car.  Mid-view of Dr Chi Tong, standing in front of the autonomous car in a darkened interior. Close-up in rear view of a man bending in at the open right-hand side door of the car, involved in discussion with another man seated inside the car.

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The sensor suite that we have here generates a lot of data. We’re talking about terabytes per day. And to process this is a bit… quite a bit of an endeavor.

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Terabytes of data per day

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Mid-view of Dr Chi Tong, standing in front of the autonomous car in a darkened interior.

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But this is the type of things that we need to gather to understand how to make this work and how to get this accessible to everyone.

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Close-up of one of the car’s panels, displaying the Shell Pecten alongside one of the car’s sensors. The shot pans back to the open right-hand side door, where the man seated in the interior and the man bent over next to the open door are still in discussion. Mid-view of Dr Chi Tong, standing in front of the autonomous car in a darkened interior. High angle view of the car parked in the interior setting, doors now closed.

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Accessible for everyone

Interview with John Kendall

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Editor, International Fleet World

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John Kendall / Editor, International Fleet World

[John Kendall]

I think autonomous vehicles are probably the big game changer for the fleet industry.

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[John Kendall]

An autonomously driven car will probably do a lot to liberate the people who use the traditional company car to go about their business.

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Technology that liberates drivers

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High angle panning footage of the car in the interior setting, the right-hand side door raised. Mid-view of John Kendall against a darkened background, people milling about in the background.

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They should have fewer accidents. And when the drivers are driving them, hopefully they’re going to be more alert and more aware of what’s going on around them.

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More high-angle panning footage of the car in the interior setting, showing the left-hand side of the car from different angles. Mid-view of John Kendall against a darkened background, people milling about in the background. Wide front view footage of the car testing on the track, passing under a “Make the Future London” billboard and approaching the shot before exiting at frame-right.

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© Shell International Limited 2016

Autonomiczny samochód na drodze do zmechanizowanej przyszłości

Podstawowe elementy – systemy oprogramowania, kamery i czujniki radarowe – są coraz częściej montowane w samochodach wprowadzanych na rynek. Kolejnym krokiem jest połączenie tych technologii z jeszcze bardziej zaawansowanymi pokładowymi systemami komputerowymi i umożliwienie im przejęcia kontroli nad pojazdem na drodze tworząc w pełni autonomiczny samochód.

Przygotowania do tego etapu są już w zaawansowanym stadium, czego dowodem jest prototyp samochodu miejskiego powstały z inicjatywy Shell i w pełni przetestowany podczas Shell Eco Marathon zorganizowanego w Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park w Londynie w 2016 r.

Samochód autonomiczny to kwintesencja technologii, która została opracowana przez naukowców z Mobile Robotics Group na Uniwersytecie Oxforda. Wykorzystali oni czujniki zamontowane wokół samochodu oraz odpowiednią moc obliczeniową, aby umożliwić samodzielny przejazd auta po wyznaczonym torze.

Choć technologia podobna do funkcji Autopilota w samochodach Tesli jest już dostępna na publicznych drogach, trochę potrwa zanim autonomiczny samochód stanie się powszechnym pojazdem.

Jednak Shell już teraz patrzy w przyszłość floty, wspierając rozwój technologii samochodów autonomicznych.

Nadchodzi rewolucja.

Opracowano na podstawie tekstu Craiga Thomasa, w oryginale dostępnego pod poniższym linkiem.

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