Intel’s Mobileye has announced a series of deals and projects at CES 2019, including to bring autonomous capabilities to public transport in China, have its safety system adopted by Chinese companies and standards bodies, and to deliver autonomous driving solutions to Great Wall Motors. Beijing Public Transport Corporation (BPTC) and Beijing Beytai will be collaborating with Mobileye to commercially deploy autonomous public transport services across China, using the Mobileye AV Series hardware and software self-driving system for level 4 driverless capabilities. everything CES 2019 All the latest in business tech IBM outlines Q System One quantum computer Nvidia CEO explains how AI changes everything Intel unveils 10nm PC products for AI and 5G The best tech on show (so far) Lenovo updates ThinkPad X1 Carbon and Yoga Toyota details Guardian driver assist to avoid car crashes HP, Acer, and Asus unveil new laptops TechRepublic: HumanEyes powers world’s first 5K VR camera CNET: Every hot gadget The hardware supplied by Mobileye’s L4 AV kit includes cameras, cables, modems, GPS, and other mechanical components powered by its EyeQ5 system on a chip (SoC). It is also supplying driving policy for the project, involving proprietary algorithms that allow vehicles to “negotiate” with human-driven vehicles on the road. Mobileye’s safety software then involves its open Responsibility-Sensitive Safety (RSS) model, which the company said “provides safety parameters for AV decision-making, formalizing common sense human-centered concepts of what it means to drive safely”. Beytai will provide public transportation data processing, analysis, and system integration for the… [Read full story]
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