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11th December 2020

Governments Must Help Consortia Drive Autonomous Progress

There are a number of consortia being created to push the way for us all to see connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) on our roads. Nissan, for example, has...

By Graham Jarvis

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12th June 2020

Overcoming Limitations of AI and Machine Learning in AVs

Autonomous vehicles are dependent on historical and real-time data, without which artificial intelligence and machine learning would be impossible. They aren’t plug-and-play because not all of the potential scenarios...

By Graham Jarvis

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11th September 2019

BlackBerry Claims Infotainment Acoustic Breakthrough

BlackBerry is claiming an infotainment acoustic package that could deliver better controlled in-car sound while saving automaker costs and reducing time-to-market. It’s QNX Amp 3.0 claims to bring together...

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12th February 2019

Defensive Driving is AV’s Natural MO, Says Arm

Most people aren’t known for driving defensively. Whether or not robots can do better is anyone’s guess but Robert Day, director of automotive solutions and platforms at Arm, thinks...

By Louis Bedigian

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27th September 2018

ARM Zeroes In On Safety With CPU for AVs

ARM's is calling its newly released Cortex-A76AE chip the first in a series of self-driving processors designed for autonomous vehicles and safety.

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15th December 2017

Journeys on the edge: ADAS, data and edge computing

According to Recode magazine, “The future of advanced-edge computing is actually in autonomous cars”. The article says companies such as Intel, Nvidia, ARM, Harman and Qualcomm “see connected cars...

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