@MWagner_MA---there are so many reasons that a blogger may want to remain anonymous;however, I assure you that this blogger is a professional engineer.
I would not be just placing just a 'warm body' as a blogger on Planet Analog or any of my other sites----I think you know that I am also a professional and I would never post meaningless content for my audience.---Remember, I was part of the audience for EDN, EETimes, and Planet Analog (PA) since 1968 (Although PA was not around then)
Hi Steve, and yes, I'm very familiar with you and your work as found in various esteemed journals over the years. You are one of the authors I have been following for some time and derive great value from your work. While I respect your integrity, and mean no disrespect, I find it hard to believe someone can build long term credibility in this field without representing themselves as a author.
Autonomous driving represents one of the most interesting fields of research in the electronics and automotive sectors. This interest is growing by means of projects like the “Roobopoli” which includes the design and testing of prototype autonomous cars having integrated microcontrollers.
Autonomous driving is progressively becoming an important part of the future developments of e-cars making them more intelligent and safe. The aim is to increase the comfort of e-car users and to protect and make the driver aware in case of physiological issues while driving
The e-car is progressively evolving toward autonomous driving systems which can help the driver. In many cases this may help in dangerous situations like drowsiness or distress, being able to take control of the vehicle and to handle these kinds of situations.