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Zooming in on the "golden inflection point of growth"

Zooming in on the “golden inflection point of growth”

Autonomous driving industry propels technology and policy into a bright future Roads and highways full of vehicles but fewer emissions, traffic jams and stressed drivers – this futuristic vision is slowly but surely materializing in China as the country’s self-driving industry is poised to take off. entering a golden period of development, company executives and …

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AI and Big Data Can Help OEMs Build Safer Vehicles and Avoid Recalls |  automotive world

AI and Big Data Can Help OEMs Build Safer Vehicles and Avoid Recalls | automotive world

Advanced data analytics and machine learning will allow OEMs to analyze real data on how vehicles behave under specific driving circumstances, writes Ron Soreanu Thirty days is June, the old saying goes. But in June 2022, automakers issued 31 recalls in the United States, averaging more than one a day. Recalls were carried out by …

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NVIDIA unveils new centralized computing technology for autonomous vehicles

NVIDIA unveils new centralized computing technology for autonomous vehicles

NVIDIA has unveiled DRIVE Thor, a centralized car computer designed to make the driving experience safer and easier for self-driving vehicles. The new offering combines infotainment, automated driving and parking in a single, cost-effective system. DRIVE Thor is claimed to achieve up to 2,000 teraflops of performance and unifies intelligent functions including automated and assisted …

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Robotic eyes on self-driving vehicles could improve pedestrian safety

Robotic eyes on self-driving vehicles could improve pedestrian safety

Studies conducted at the University of Tokyo have shown that robotic eyes on self-driving vehicles could reduce the number of collisions between vehicles and pedestrians. Participants were asked to examine scenarios via virtual reality (VR), deciding whether or not to cross a road in front of moving vehicles. The research results showed that participants made …

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