However, there is a relationship between innovation and entrepreneurship, which sometimes makes the confusion.
A single screen replacing all the dashboard gauges, knobs and switches. But behind that screen is an increasing level of automation that hides a ton of complexity. At times everything you need is on the screen with a glance.
At other times you have to page through menus and poke at the screen while driving. And while driving at 70mph, try to understand if you or your automated driving system is in control of your car.
All while figuring out how to use any of the new features, menus or rearranged user interface that might have been updated overnight. In the beginning of any technology revolution the technology gets ahead of the institutions designed to measure and regulate safety and standards.
We went through this with airplanes. Cars, Computers and Safety Two massive changes are occurring in automobiles: For the first years cars were essentially a mechanical platform — an internal combustion engine and transmission with seats — controlled by mechanical steering, accelerator and brakes.
Instrumentation to monitor the car was made up of dials and gauges; a speedometer, tachometer, and fuel, water and battery gauges. Comfort features evolved as well: In the last decade GPS-driven navigation systems began to appear. S averaged 50, a year.
This puts auto companies in the rarified class of companies — along with tobacco companies — that have killed millions of their own customers. Car companies argued that talking safety would scare off customers, or that the added cost of safety features would put them in a competitive price disadvantage.
But in reality, style was valued over safety. Safety systems in automobiles have gone through three generations — passive systems and two generations of active systems.
In New York State mandated seat belt use now required in 49 of the 50 states. Active safety systems try to prevent crashes before they happen.
These depended on the invention of low-cost, automotive-grade computers and sensors. For example, accelerometers-on-a-chip made airbags possible as they were able to detect a crash in progress.
This feature was finally required in They run in the background and constantly monitor the vehicle and space around it for potential hazards. Getting above Level 2 is a really hard technical problem and has been discussed ad infinitum in other places.
For example, Tesla and other cars have Level 2 and some Level 3 auto-driving features. Under Level 2 automation, drivers are supposed to monitor the automated driving because the system can hand back control of the car to you with little or no warning.
In Level 3 automation drivers are not expected to monitor the environment, but again they are expected to be prepared to take control of the vehicle at all times, this time with notice.
What is it doing now? Why did it do that? Or, what is it going to do next? We never had cars that worked like this.The relationship between innovation and entrepreneurship: easy definition, hard policy Abstract The paper argues that innovation is the combination of an inventive process and an entrepreneurial process to create new economic value for defined stakeholders and focuses on the policy implications of this duality.
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