Wednesday, February 5, 2014

My top 10 QNX Auto posts from 2013

Normally, people write this kind of post at the beginning or end of a calendar year. But as an old friend once said, “Paul defines his own kind of normal.” He may have been right, I don’t know. What I do know is that this is definitely a personal list. It consists of posts that either made me laugh, taught me something I didn’t know, or helped me see things in a new light. I hope they do the same for you.

Disclosure: I wrote a couple of the posts in question. Because, sometimes, the best way to learn about something or see it in a new light is to write about it. :-)

Okay, enough preliminaries, let’s get to it…

  • What happens when autonomous becomes ubiquitous? — One question, seventeen answers.
  • Top 10 lessons learned from more than a decade in automotive — When it comes to software in the car, John Wall is the man.
  • Protecting software components in an ISO 26262 system — Sometimes, software components can be downright delinquent.
  • Why doesn’t my navigation system understand me? — Big data might be important, but small data can add a personal touch.
  • Top 10 challenges facing the ADAS industry — For ADAS systems to be successful, a safety culture must be embedded in every organization in the supply chain. And that’s just the first challenge.
  • Reducing driver distraction with ICTs — Yes, mobile phones can contribute to driver distraction. But they can also help solve the problem.
  • A sound approach to creating a quieter ride — Paradoxically, the best way to eliminate engine noise is to generate noise.
  • What's the word on HTML5? — If you want to know what experts at Audi, OnStar, Gartner, Pandora, TCS, and QNX think about HTML5 in the car, this is the post with the most (videos, that is).
  • A matter of context — A look at how digital instrument clusters can help provide the right information, at the right time.
  • My top moments of 2013 — Because this reminds me of the fantastic momentum QNX is building in automotive.
  • HTML5 blooper reel — Because laughter.

Oops, I guess that makes 11.

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