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How Sensor Simulation for Self-driving Vehicles is Limited by Game Engine Based Simulators –
Simulating the images of unique cameras used for self-driving was a driving force behind the development of a new engine for a simulator designed for autonomous vehicle development.
Leading Self-Driving Technology Vendor Will Display Software, Simulator and Hardware IP in Booth 4A-625
AImotive encourages cooperation in the self-driving industry by providing a modular solution to the challenges of autonomy
EIB supports AImotive develop an artificial intelligence-based system for self-driving cars
New purpose-built engine in aiSim2 overcomes the limitations of game engine based simulators
Latest technology enables scalable, low-power automotive inference engines with >50 TMAC/s NN processing power.
Technology enables scalable, low-power automotive inference engines with >50 TMAC/s NN processing power.
FD-SOI was a very important topic during the recent Mount Qingcheng China IC Ecosystem Forum. To situate things, Mount Qingcheng, with its lush hills and waterways, is located just outside of Chengdu. That of course is where GlobalFoundries is building its new fab, which will be the first in China to run FD-SOI. Chengdu is…
The Khronos Group announces the ratification and the public release…
How do you build a self-driving car? OK, wait, that’s too loose a question. How do you build a safe self-driving car?
Hungary-based AImotive believes self-driving cars can navigate with regular cameras. It’s building a custom chip and virtual simulator to prove it.
Europe’s AImotive is taking its self-driving cars up a notch by testing them on Highway 101, Silicon Valley’s busiest highway. I know that it works because, brave soul that I am, I went riding in one of the company’s cars for a demo.
Autonomous driving presents one of history’s greatest computing challenges, one which traditional algorithms cannot hope to answer – but deep-learning could hold the key. By Xavier Boucherat