RoboSense, a world-leading provider of Smart LiDAR Sensor Systems, announced today its M series LiDAR products, which assisted more than 10 well-known global automakers showcase nearly 20 intelligent vehicle models at the 20th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition 2023 (referred to as the Auto Shanghai 2023), presenting the excellent performance of their intelligent driving assistance systems to the audience.
Robot++, a leading supplier of work-at-height robots, strategically established its Singapore office to tap into Southeast Asia's thriving shipping industry and expand its business throughout the region.
A 3D simulation tool has been created by Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) to test automated vehicles in virtual off-road environments modeled following real world conditions.
To showcase its ever-expanding line of Industry 4.0 solutions, AAEON will present world-class augmented reality (AR) solutions at Embedded World 2023, with live demonstrations illustrating how its product lines have amplified AR realization for two of its Industry 4.0 partners.
RoboSense, a world-leading provider of Smart LiDAR Sensor Systems, has announced the launch of its first automotive-grade solid-state LiDAR perception solution for L4 autonomous driving, the RS-Fusion-P6 (P6).
Torc Robotics, an independent subsidiary of Daimler Truck AG and a pioneer in commercializing self-driving vehicle technology, announced today that it has signed an agreement to acquire Algolux Inc.
Smart Eye, the leading developer of Driver Monitoring System (DMS) software for the automotive industry, has in partnership with a global Tier 1 supplier received a breakthrough order from a manufacturer of vehicles in the medium to heavy-duty segment.
At the Technical University of Munich (TUM), scientists have come up with autonomous driving software which distributes risk on the street fairly.
An automated driving system based on the idea of “collaborative steering” has been developed by scientists from École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and JTEKT Corporation.
Passengers will be boarding the world’s first fully sized, self-driving bus service in Edinburgh from the Spring, after it was awarded a share of £81 million in joint UK government and industry support for self-driving transport technology.