A constant theme in my interactions with those interested (vested or otherwise) in the progress of Autonomous Vehicles (AV) is the “intervention / revoke rate question”. There’s been quite a lot of conversation around this for a while now. That’s good.
Oxbotica, global leader in vehicle autonomy, and Navtech, a global radar solution company, have announced their joint product development of a radar-based navigation and perception system to be launched in 2020. The market-leading product breaks new ground in radar-based technology and will not be reliant on external infrastructure, able to operate anywhere and in any weather condition. The partnership marks an important milestone in Oxbotica’s plans to take its software from development towards commercial deployment.
Oxbotica, a world-leader in vehicle autonomy, has signed an MoU with global automotive technology company, ZF, to integrate its autonomous driving software with ZF’s automotive-grade ProAI compute platform and sensor sets.
Risk, safety and insurance experts, AXA XL, recently visited Oxbotica’s headquarters for a progress report on the companies’ joint autonomy projects.
…Industry and Government funded project DRIVEN, shows that autonomous vehicles can operate safely in London’s complex urban environment, cementing the UK’s leadership in this area…