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Monday, April 29, 2013









Autonomous, not driverless

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Paul Leroux
I don't know about you, but I'm looking forward to the era of self-driving cars. After all, why spend countless hours negotiating rush-hour traffic when the car could do all the work? Just think of all the things you could do instead: read a novel, Facebook with friends, or even watch Babylon 5 re-runs.

Unlike Babylon 5, this scenario is no longer a page out of science fiction. It’s coming soon, faster than many imagine. That said, the story of the self-driving car still has a few unfinished chapters — chapters in which the human driver still has an important role to play. Yes, that means you.

As I’ve discussed in previous posts, the fully autonomous car is a work in progress. In fact, some of the technologies that will enable cars to drive themselves (adaptive cruise control, forward collision avoidance, etc.) are already in place. Moreover, research suggests that these technologies can, among other things, improve traffic flow and reduce accidents. But does that mean you will soon be able to sit back, close your eyes, and let the car do everything? Not quite.

Evolution, not revolution
If you ask me, Thilo Koslowski of Gartner hit the bull's eye when he said that self-driving cars will go through three evolutionary phases: from automated to autonomous to unmanned. Until we reach the endpoint, we should pay heed to the words of Toyota's Jim Pisz: autonomous does not mean driverless.

If planes can do it…
Some folks hear this and are disappointed. They point to auto-pilot technology in planes and ask why we can’t have driverless cars sooner than later. The argument goes something like this: "It's much harder to fly a plane, yet we have no problem with a computer handling such a complex task. So why not let a computer drive your car?”

If only life were so simple. For one thing, automakers will have to make autonomous cars affordable — doable but not easy. They’ll also have to negotiate a variety of legal hurdles. And in any case, driving and flying have less in common than you might think.

When you drive, you must remain alert on a continuous basis. Lose your attention for a second, and you stand a good chance of hitting something or somebody. The same doesn't always hold true in flight. When a plane is cruising at 30,000 feet along a proscribed flight path, the pilot can avert his or her attention for 5 seconds and incur little chance of hitting anything. In comparison, a driver who becomes distracted for 5 seconds is hell on wheels.

And, of course, auto-pilot doesn’t mean pilot-less. As Ricky Hudi of Audi points out, pilots may rely on autopilot, but they still retain full responsibility for flying the plane. So just because your car is on auto-pilot doesn’t mean you can watch YouTube on your tablet. Bummer, I know.

An alarming solution
Source: Modern Mechanix blog (and yes, that should 
read Frankfurt)

All of which to say, the driver of an autonomous car will have to remain alert most or all of the time — until, of course, autonomous vehicles become better than humans at handling every potential scenario. Now that could happen, but it will take a while.

It seems that someone anticipated this problem in the early 50s when they invented “alarming glasses” — take a gander at the accompanying photo from the August 1951 issue of Modern Mechanix.

Scoff if you will, but a kinder and gentler form of this technology is exactly what autonomous cars need. No, I'm not suggesting that scientists find a better way to glue wires to eyelids. But I am saying that, until cars become fully and safely autonomous, drivers will need to pay attention — after all, it’s tempting to drift off when the car is doing all the work. And, indeed, technologies to keep drivers alert are already being developed.

Pre-warned means prepared
Mind you, it isn’t enough to keep the driver alert; the car may also need to issue “pre-warnings” for when the driver needs to take over. For instance, let’s say driving conditions become too challenging for the car’s autonomous mode to handle — these could heavy rain, a street filled with pedestrians, or an area where lane markers are obscured by snow. In that case, the car can’t wait until it can no longer drive itself before alerting the driver, for the simple reason that the driver may simply take too long to assess the situation. The car will need to provide ample warning ahead of time.

The more, the better
That cars will become autonomous is inevitable. In fact, the more autonomous, the better, as far I'm concerned. Research already suggests that technologies for enabling autonomous driving can, in many cases, do a better job of avoiding accidents and improving traffic flow than human drivers. They also seem to do better at things like parallel parking — a task that has caused more than one student driver to fail a driving test.

But does this all mean that, as a driver, I can stop paying attention? Not in the near future. But someday.

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Toyota Gives 2014 4Runner SUV a Styling Massage

Toyota Gives 2014 4Runner SUV a Styling Massage
Toyota has lifted the veil off its updated for the 2014 model year, 4Runner mid-size SUV at the Stagecoach Music Festival near Palm Springs, California. The refresh for the fifth generation of the Toyota's body-on-frame SUV brings a somewhat tougher look on the outside and a few styling and technology updates to the interior, but other than that, there are no other significant changes. 

Looking at 2014 4Runner from the outside, you'll first notice the redesigned front fascia featuring a more rugged and aggressive appearance, with the massive front grille and smoked headlights also contributing to the meaner look. The Trail grade also comes with a hood scoop and silver painted front and rear bumper accents, while all trim levels are offered as standard with a roof rack.

At the rear end, the changes include the redesigned rear combination lamps with LEDs on all models, and new trims for the tailgate and bumper. The profile remains the same sans the new alloy wheel options.
On the inside, Toyota has introduced an all-new Optitron instrument panel and a multi-information display, while also refreshing the available colors and materials, and improving equipment – for example, the SR5 adds a standard eight-way power driver seat.

The 2014 4Runner is available in three equipment grades: the base SR5 model, the top-of-the-line Limited and the Trail grade, with the latter targeted at those who want maximum off-road capability. The SR5 and Limited are offered with optional third-row seats which turn the 4Runner into a 7-seater.
The SR5 and Trail grades ride on 17-inch alloy wheels with a new design, while the Limited features 20-inch alloy wheels that are painted black for added contrast. A full-size spare wheel is standard on all grades.

On the Trail grade, an overhead console organizes the off-road control switches into one location, with a compass indicator also standard. SR5 and Trail grades come with a standard manually controlled air conditioning system, while the Limited features an automatic dual-zone climate-control system. The SR5 and Trail grade come standard with fabric seats, while the Limited comes standard with a leather-trimmed interior with new ventilated and heated driver and front passenger seats.

Under the bonnet, you'll find the same 4.0-liter V6 gasoline engine developing 270 horsepower and 278 lb-ft (376 Nm) of torque paired to a five-speed ECT-i automatic transmission as last year's model. Customers have the option of a rear-wheel-drive "4x2" model, a part-time 4x4 or a full-time multi-mode 4x4 with a locking center differential.

Toyota said EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings are 17 mpg (13.8 l/100 km) city and 23 mpg (10.2 l/100 km) highway for 4x2 models, and 17 mpg city and 22 mpg (10.7 l/100 km) highway for 4x4. Maximum towing capacity is 5,000 pounds (2,268 kg) and all vehicles feature an integrated tow-hitch receiver and wiring harness as standard equipment.
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