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Digital Ecoomy Technology Service to Lawyers

Digital Ecoomy Technology Service to Lawyers

  • November 2017
  • 226 pages
  • ID: 5220273
  • Format: PDF
  • By WinterGreen Research

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Out there with the wind and the compass to guide you, you still need an adviser on technology

Lawyers Are Tasked with Developing Regulations and Litigating Issues
Lawyers are tasked with developing regulations and litigating issues relating to the implementation of the digital economy. Drones and self-driving cars, artificial intelligence and bio materials, smartphones and tablets, all the technology has things that can go wrong and need to be looked at on a case by case basis by the legal profession. There are technology implications in a variety of topics that need to be litigated or have regulations developed. WinterGreen Research can help the lawyering process by elucidating various aspects of the technology in plain language understandable by everyone at a very reasonable cost ad in a timely manner.

Drone Delivery, Self-Driving Cars, And Robots
As drone delivery is started by Amazon, as self-driving cars are increasingly used in the streets, as boats have nanotechnology coatings, as tractors are robots, there will be a lot of accidents, litigation, and demand for regulations that require quick accurate technology descriptions from an unbiased, independent source. WinterGreen Research is that source.

This is our specialty at WinterGreen Research, looking at technology and making it quickly understandable. There will be a lot of litigation and rulemaking around issues relating to the digital economy.
Car companies use cameras for navigation on the cars, some use no Lidar. If there is an accident, a fatality, the cameras may be defective, the Lidar may be defective. It is important for the lawyer to understand quickly and in an accurate manner what the camera and Lidar technologies are.

Lidar likely would prevent an accident, so one person says, is that true? What is the Lidar? Lidar uses light pulses to measure distance, making more accurate decision making possible, complimenting information about the surroundings available from cameras. Why do some care companies use Lidar and other companies not use Lidar?

Any litigator or regulator may want to ask this question, but the question cannot be asked intelligently unless the existence of Lidar and issues around Lidar are understood. Any litigator looking at an accident needs to know about the existence of Lidar and what it does. Lidar represents a technology lawyers need be able to understand. Lidar is missing in the cars and some say cameras are good enough. Self-driving depends on cameras. Different car makers take different approaches to visualization. WinterGreen Research can answer lawyer questions about technology quickly and easily with our new lawyer targeted technology service.

Digital Economy Consists of The Internet of Things, Robots, Drones, Artificial Intelligence, And Smart Devices
The Internet of everything (IoT) is described by the different sensor functions. Flow, leaks, levels, visualization, auditory, chemical, acoustic, vibration, motion, velocity, displacement, optical acceleration, tilt, electric, magnetic, and humidity are a few of the measurements that the Internet of things takes to provide digital information about mechanical and fluid surroundings. All these can be relevant in a court case and a digital specialist is a relevant resource for lawyers. The digital economy consists of the Internet of Things, robots, drones, artificial intelligence, and smart devices. Sensors make the digital economy run as illustrated in the following graph.

Sensors are used measure activity and change digitally, sensors act as monitors to look for events, change that has meaning. Not all sensor digital measurements are interesting, it is only a shift, a change in the stream of information that might need action or response that we care about. Not all digital streams are steady, patterns are more commonly monitored. Think of a cardiac heart signal, there is significant repetitive variation, a repeated pattern of activity put out by the heart. It is only an event that is noteworthy when the pattern varies.

The cardiac monitor watches for an event, it compares each segment of signal to the previous set of patterns, watching to see that normal heart rhythm is in place. Litigators need to understand how a device malfunctioned and what the technology is in the context of a particular case. WinterGreen Research can tackle that task.

IoT Monitoring Task
The digital economy is one that involves monitoring everything. Monitors look at motion, look for change and use software to initiate action. IoT consists of groups of monitors tied together.
The IoT monitoring task is core to all implementations of the device connections. Digital transport of information from one thing to a digital input device assumes a sensor is tracking some kind of activity that can be captured electronically. Sensors pick up signals that represent some physical state and transfer the status of the physical thing to the digital device.

MEMs Sensor Applications
MEMs sensors are the eyes and ears of the IoT, creating applications. Applications are typically I drones, robots, and smart devices. A smart city is one whereby the lighting and traffic are controlled by systems that are intelligent, responding to traffic flow and pedestrian presence. The busses are monitored so commuters can see when the next pick up is set to occur by looking at an app.
Smart homes are the same, apps make cooking and heating more responsive to actual needs.

WinterGreen Research Has a Lot of Studies in Print Relevant To Lawyers Who Need To Understand The Digital Economy
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Cars and Light Trucks: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017 to 2023
Smart cars and light trucks leverage cameras, radar, software, and sensors. These are used to facilitate gathering more automation during driving using artificial intelligence. Aids to managing driving can be added incrementally. Artificial Intelligence (AI) cars move the automotive industry toward vehicles that have the ability to operate cars and light trucks autonomously. The collection of software, cameras, LiDAR, radar, and sensors is mounted on a frame, a platform able to provide remarkable Artificial Intelligence (AI) capability. Functions work in concert. Modification to the steering, breaking, and other automotive systems are evolving in a manner that gives cars more autonomy.

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