„Autonomous Vehicle Data Annotation“
Annotating the data in the correct way is very important for the autonomous vehicle industry. It is the process of tagging or classifying the objects in the frame as captured by the autonomous vehicle.
In this video, Philip Kessler will talk about Understand.ai and how their company annotates data.
By the end of this insightful discussion, you will have an idea of how data annotation works in autonomous driving and how Understand.ai performs this task.
„6 Steps Towards ISO 21434 Compliance“
ISO 21434 “road vehicles - cybersecurity engineering” is an automotive standard focusing on cybersecurity risks in road vehicle electronic systems. Becoming compliant with this can help automotive product developers, OEMs, and their suppliers to prioritize the safety and security of their vehicles.
A lot of people are still asking questions on how they can be compliant with ISO 21434.
In this video, we will discuss more the steps on how Matrickz helps clients achieve ISO 21434 compliance.
- Audit/analysis of the existing process landscape
- Identification of synergies
- Defining the phases of cybersecurity
- Kick-off a cybersecurity pilot project
- Internal audit
- Interfaces with cybersecurity
„3 Myths of an Engineering Product Development Service“
Some people think that working with an engineering product development team is the same as working with any other group. It is often compared to different departments in terms of how they do things, which is wrong because engineering and product development is a different world altogether.
In this video, we will debunk the myths and open your mind about the true nature of getting an engineering product development service.
Myth 1 - More people means more speed
Myth 2 - Having experts is having the best team
Myth 3 - Process is slowing them down
By the end of this discussion, you will have an idea of how Matrickz works as a team.
„3 Reasons NOT To Take a Client - When to Turn Down Business“
As a service provider, it is important to know that not every customer is good for you.
In this episode, aside from describing the type of customers, you should avoid working with, we will answer burning questions such as:
- When do you say “no” to a customer and how?
- When will you know if a customer is right for you or not?
- How can you politely end the relationship with a customer who is currently involved in a project?
- Is it possible to turn a bad relationship into a good one?
Always remember that if you are good at your job, everybody will want you. There will be no shortage of customers if you let go of the bad ones.
Have you ever experienced avoiding certain customers? How did you deal with it?