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Autoliv to Supply Geely Radar Systems for Autonomous Driving

Autoliv to Supply Geely Radar Systems for Autonomous Driving ADAS safety

STOCKHOLM, Sept. 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Autoliv, Inc. (NYSE: ALV and SSE: ALIVsdb), the worldwide leader in automotive safety systems, has been selected by Geely to develop an industry leading 77GHz high-resolution radar systems for autonomous driving. Geely, a leading Chinese car manufacturer, awarded Autoliv a 77GHz high-resolution radar contract for its commitment and unique strength in technology development, innovation and manufacturing

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Caruma Brings Autonomous Car Technology to Any Vehicle

Vision-Based Connected-Car Platform Combines Big Data Analytics, Cloud Computing and In-Vehicle Camera — Making the Internet of Things for Automobiles a Reality. PRNewswire/ — Distracted driving, talking on the phone, texting, eating, reading—these are some of the most common causes of automotive collisions. With over 1.2 billion vehicles on the road today and millions more being added each year, driving can

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Volvo & Autoliv Join-Develop Autonomous Driving, ADA Systems

Sweden’s Volvo Car Corp. and Autoliv Inc. are joining forces in the increasingly frenetic race to develop autonomous-driving technology, creating a new venture to develop software for sale to the industry at large. Volvo, the China-owned luxury car maker, and Autoliv, a supplier of air bags and safety belts, said on Tuesday that the new company would start operations early

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China: Drivers May Be Liable For Accidents With Semi-Autonomous Cars

The driver is still responsible for, and ultimately in control of, the car. What’s more, you always have intuitive access to the information your car is using to inform its actions,” Tesla said in a statement in October when it first released Autopilot. A high ranking official of China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology  (MIIT) has said drivers “could

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WHAT Mobileye Is Driving At

Last week’s report of the first fatal accident involving Tesla Motors’s Autopilot feature could have posed a major problem. Mobileye’s chips and software help power Tesla’s automated driving features. The company’s technology hasn’t been implicated as being at fault, but the accident is serving as a stark reminder of the limitations of self-driving systems and the dangers posed when those

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