Trimble’s Louis Nastro, director of on-road strategy and marketing at Trimble Autonomy, explains how autonomy on your terms is essential to vehicles of today – and tomorrow.
With millions of miles of real-world data on-hand and already being used to support safety-critical applications, Trimble Autonomy is in the driver’s seat when it comes to solving automakers’ challenges for autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicular systems. Here Trimble’s Louis Nastro explains today’s challenges and how the right solutions revolve around acquiring the right data, synthesizing and analyzing it, verifying its accuracy and reporting it back to vehicles – all at the right time. Automotive OEMs and top-tier suppliers are speeding ahead, knowing that the roadmap for autonomous-vehicle growth will center on achieving high-accuracy positioning and orientation in support of safety-critical applications. Read on as Nastro provides a snapshot of where the industry has been, where it is now, and what the road ahead looks like for autonomous cars and trucks.