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The biggest show of the year for the technology and autonomous industry is underway in Las Vegas and the AImotive team is on hand at our booth in the Convention Center to answer questions about our products and showcase our latest innovations.
Much has changed in the autonomous industry over the past year, and even bigger changes are coming in 2019.
Automotive simulation has a specific set of demands. Meeting them is no simple task.
Simulation is a game changer in autonomous technology, but more has to be done.
The demand for ever more advanced high-performance real-time compute processing hardware is increasing rapidly across the automotive industry.
As computer systems became more complex the question arose: centralize all resources, or distribute processing?
It may sound trivial, but getting a self-driving system to understand its own movement is no easy task.
Our Lead AI research scientist, Viktor Gyenes explores how the newly released NNEF™ standard has changed our everyday work at AImotive.
Self-driving is one of the greatest challenges of our age. For the first time, we have the technological background, spatial and temporal resolution for a robotic system to fully understand its surroundings.
Functional safety is, without a doubt, the most crucial factor in safety-critical environments such as automotive development.
Ever wondered why most self-driving solutions only work on dedicated highways or in certain cities?
Have you ever done something where if you make a mistake someone dies instantly? I have... and it’s terrifying!
Simulation lies at the core of our unique development pipeline. However, incorporating simulation technology into the development of self-driving cars is itself no easy feat.