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Veoneer to Supply Cameras to BMW Group for Automated Driving

The high-definition camera monitors the vehicle’s forward path, providing information to the vehicle control system.  

J.D. Power Examines Understanding Of Self-Driving Vehicles

The study index is based on six unique attributes of consumer comfort with fully automated, self-driving vehicles.

AImotive Names Arnaud Lagandré New Chief Commercial Officer

Respected automotive executive joins Budapest-based automated driving company.

Virtual Companion Increases Safety For Trucks On The Road

Bosch was consortium leader for the publicly funded project, with partners Volkswagen, MAN Truck & Bus and others.

US Secretary Chao Launches AV TEST Online Tracking Tool

The tracking tool provides data about the on-road testing of automated driving systems in 17 cities across the country.

DENSO To Open New Facility At Japan’s Haneda Airport For Automated Driving Technology Development And Testing 

The Haneda area is designated a National Strategic Special Zone, where a regulatory sandbox system is adopted to allow for field tests of advanced mobility technologies on public roads, including automated driving.

DENSO Takes A Stake In Tokyo-Based Software Developer eSOL

DENSO will use eSOL’s technologies to develop software for the systems and products required for automated driving.

Veoneer Introduces ‘Zeus’ – An Autonomous Driving Supercomputer 

The supercomputer Zeus is an ADAS/AD ECU, a “brain” that fuses data from cameras, radars and other sensors, interprets the situation and takes required action.

Bosch, Daimler Choose California As Location For Automated Driving Test Fleet

In 2019, a major city in the Silicon Valley will become the first pilot-testing city for Bosch and Daimler. 

Continental Develops Control Element For Automated Driving

The Smart Control input device is transparently and intuitively configured to aid the transition from driver to user of automated driving functions. It informs vehicle occupants when automated driving or manual driving is possible and also can be used to control driving maneuvers.