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Continental CUBE trial happens on Frankfurt UAS campus

Continental CUBE trial happens on Frankfurt UAS campus

Continental, Frankfurt transport authority (Verkehrsgesellschaft Frankfurt am Main, VGF) and Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences (Frankfurt UAS) have together launched a three-day, autonomous trial of the driverless CUbE (Continental Urban Mobility Experience) on the Frankfurt UAS campus. The aim of this trial is to collect practical experience in the operation of driverless vehicles as part

Magna, Lyft to jointly develop self-driving systems

Mobility technology company Magna and North America’s fastest growing rideshare company Lyft have inked a multi-year collaboration to jointly fund, develop, and manufacture self-driving systems. In addition to self-driving vehicles that will be deployed on Lyft’s own ridesharing network in the coming years, Magna has the ability to deploy the technologies across a wide range

Continental, NVIDIA to produce ‘computer on wheels’ by 2021

Continental and NVIDIA have partnered to create Artificial Intelligence (AI) self-driving vehicle systems based on the NVIDIA DRIVE platform, by 2021. The partnership will enable the development of AI computer systems that scale from automated Level 2 features through full Level 5 self-driving capabilities, where the vehicle has no steering wheel or pedals. Dedicated engineering

Autonomous vehicles; Massive challenges ahead: Hagai Zyss

Many people in the automotive industry envisage all vehicles to be autonomous in the future but none pay attention to the massive challenges in the long transition period, Hagai Zyss, CEO of the Israeli firm Autotalks has said. He pointed out that lack of coordination between autonomous and manned vehicles can fail the driverless car

Infineon supports NVIDIA DRIVE Pegasus AI Platform

Infineon Technologies’ AURIX TC3xx series automotive microcontroller (MCU) will be used in the NVIDIA DRIVE Pegasus AI car computing platform. The supercomputer for autonomous vehicles meets the requirements of Level 5 autonomous driving as defined by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). Infineon supplies the safety microcontroller, safety power supply IC, and selected vehicle communication

Bosch and Daimler demonstrate automated valet parking

Manual parking is now a thing of the past. At the Mercedes-Benz Museum parking garage in Stuttgart, Bosch and Daimler have made automated valet parking a reality. With a command from a smartphone, drivers can now automatically park cars in their assigned spots without having to monitor the vehicles’ movements. Automated valet parking is an