Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Volkswagen leads "AdaptIVe" research project into autonomous cars

There’s more to putting self-driving cars on the road than technology and algorithms. There’s also some very basic thinking that needs to be done as to what autonomous vehicles are and what their implications are. Towards this end, Volkswagen has announced the start of Automated Driving Applications & Technologies for Intelligent Vehicles (AdaptIVe); a 42-month project by a consortium of 29 partners, including ten major automotive manufacturers, aimed at developing more efficient and safer autonomous systems. .. Continue Reading Volkswagen leads "AdaptIVe" research project into autonomous cars

Section: Automotive

Tags: Autonomous, Autonomous Vehicles, Cars, Research, Self-Driving,Volkswagen

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