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Cameras recognise a specific splash and spray pattern of the tyres that can be aquaplaning in its early phase

Continental uses cameras and sensors to warn of aquaplaning

Continental is developing ways to warn drivers about an imminent risk of aquaplaning. The aquaplaning assistance concepts use surround view camera images and signals from tyre-mounted sensors.

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Continental, adas, aquaplaning, sensors

InnovizPro stand-alone, solid-state, mems-based scanning lidar

Innoviz announces mems-based scanning lidar at CES

Innoviz Technologies announced at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas the commercial launch of InnovizPro, a stand-alone, solid-state, mems-based scanning lidar.

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Innoviz, Consumer Electronics Show, CES, lidar

Mobileye and Spain's DGT will promote the benefits of adas for municipal and private fleets

Intel and Mobileye help Spain prepare for autonomous driving

Intel subsidiary Mobileye and Spain's Directorate General of Traffic (DGT) have agreed to collaborate to reduce road accidents and prepare Spain's infrastructure ecosystem and regulatory policy for the driving of autonomous vehicles.

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Intel, Mobileye, Spain, autonomous driving

Hyundai will unveil a voice-enabled intelligent personal agent at CES

Hyundai to unveil voice-enabled in-vehicle assistant at CES

Hyundai Motor is to unveil a voice-enabled intelligent personal agent for vehicles during January’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The voice-enabled virtual assistant system will be deployed in new models set to roll out as early as 2019.

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Hyundai, SoundHound, CES

The IDDC from ZF is suitable for vehicle concepts such as the Rinspeed Snap

ZF dynamic chassis provides platform for autonomous driving

ZF has developed the IDDC intelligent dynamic driving chassis, an autonomous driving platform that it hopes will enable automated and emission-free mobility in the future.

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ZF, NVidia, autonomous driving, Rinspeed

ISO 26262 adds to Lattice’s IEC 61508 certification

Lattice software receives ISO 26262 certification

Lattice Semiconductor has announced ISO 26262 qualification of its Diamond 2.1 software for road vehicle functional safety. The certification defines a safety compliant methodology for automotive applications throughout the lifecycle of automotive electronics and integrated safety systems.

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Lattice Semiconductor, ISO 26262, FPGA, functional safety

Autonomous vehicle trial in Coventry

Coventry moves autonomous vehicle trials to public roads

The UK’s largest trial of connected and autonomous vehicle technology has moved onto public roads, with the Autodrive project starting in-city trials on the streets of central Coventry.

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Autodrive, Jaguar Land Rover, Tata Motors, Ford, autonomous vehicles

Argus will become part of Continental's Elektrobit subsidiary

Continental acquires cyber-security company Argus

To strengthen its capabilities in automotive cyber security, Continental has acquired Israeli company Argus Cyber Security. It will become part of Elektrobit, Continental’s stand-alone software company.

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Continental, Argus Cyber Security, Elektrobit, security

Nissan autonomous driving test in Tokyo

Nissan tests autonomous driving on Tokyo roads

Nissan has demonstrated a prototype of its autonomous driving technology, planned for real-world use from 2020, on public roads in Tokyo.

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Nissan, autonomous driving

Audi concept car

Audi pushes autonomy with concept cars

Audi showed its autonomous driving strategy at the Frankfurt Motor Show with the new Audi A8 incorporating conditional automated driving at level three as standard. Two concept cars were also demonstrating the car maker’s vision for levels four and five.

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Audi, Here, Frankfurt Motor Show, concept car

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