TAG: ADAS

Innovation: Quo vademus

May 3, 2016By
FIGURE 12. Tightly coupled positioning trajectory for test drive in Braunschweig.

Future automotive GNSS positioning in urban scenarios
Driving in built-up areas, buildings can block the signals from GPS satellites. But if the receiver can access the signals of two or more GNSSs, position fixes might be available where none were possible with GPS alone, and the accuracies of marginal fixes might be improved. The authors look at using multi-GNSS for navigating in the heart of a city and how the additional signals can help us to get where we’re going. read more

GM, Volkswagen to use Mobileye auto mapping technology

February 8, 2016By

Mobileye, a developer of vision and data analysis for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving, has introduced a new mapping technology development called Road Experience Management (REM). REM enables crowd-sourced real-time data for precise localization and high-definition lane data that forms an important layer of information to support fully autonomous driving. Mobileye is engaged with General Motors to integrate... read more

HERE unveils HD Live Map for highly automated driving

January 6, 2016By
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At CES in Las Vegas, HERE unveiled the HERE HD Live Map, an advanced cloud-based map asset commercially available for vehicles today. HERE is demonstrating HD Live Map at CES: Central Plaza, Booth #CP-2. Ready to be deployed in connected vehicles in North America and Western Europe, HD Live Map creates a highly detailed and dynamic representation of the road environment, enabling... read more

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Bluesky Completes Aerial Mapping Project for UK Utilities

October 8, 2015By
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Bluesky has completed a multi-million pound aerial mapping project to assess the impact of vegetation on the electricity network of East Anglia and the South East of England. Working on behalf of UK Power Networks, Bluesky undertook the largest ever combined laser mapping and aerial photography survey commissioned by an electricity distribution network operator in the UK — some 34,000 square... read more

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June Webinar to Focus on Autonomous Driving

June 15, 2015By

Autonomous vehicles — and the technology that will make them possible — are the focus of the June GPS World Market Insights Webinar. The Road to Driverless: Autonomous Vehicle Platforms, Sensors and Requirements will be held Thursday, June 18, at 1 p.m. EDT/10 a.m. PDT. Registration is free. Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) are now integrated in all luxury cars and moving into... read more

Expert Advice: Sensor Fusion for Highly Automated Driving

May 1, 2015By
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High-Precision GNSS Needs Help for Continuous Localization Reliability By Siamak Akhlaghi Automotive safety and comfort functions, known as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), have become an essential part of modern vehicles. These functions assist drivers in the driving process, providing capabilities such as adaptive cruise control or highway driving mode. To achieve a desired level of performance, the position of the... read more

MWC 2015: Geotab Offers Add-On Extender for All-Vehicle Support

March 2, 2015By

Geotab, a telematics engineering company, has released its IOX-CAN extender, a plug-and-play solution that allows partners to send data from their device over a private CAN network in the vehicle, supporting integrations on all vehicle types. Geotab is exhibiting at Mobile World Congress 2015, at Hall 3, Stand 3J20. According to Geotab, Fortune 500 companies, including 40 percent of the top ten fleets and... read more

Cohda Wireless, u-blox Develop System to Warn Drivers of Danger

December 4, 2014By

u-blox has provided global positioning technology to Cohda Wireless‘ vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) equipment, collectively called V2X. V2X will be a key technology for the next generation of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) as well as autonomous vehicles, the companies said. Cohda’s DSRC (dedicated short-range communications) based V2X system uses accurate satellite positioning with embedded dead-reckoning technology provided by... read more