26 mars 2017

The autonomous car’s reality check

The autonomous car’s reality check   A CAR sprouting a dome containing a spinning laser sensor and festooned with cameras barely draws a second glance as it edges through the crowded streets of Berkeley. Self-driving cars are no longer a rare sight on Californian roads. Over 100 autonomous vehicles from a dozen manufacturers are now being tested in public, covering hundreds of thousands of kilometres each year. But this car is different: its human driver keeps his hands firmly on the wheel. The vehicle, nicknamed “George” by... [Lire la suite]
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23 novembre 2014

International Chair in automated driving driven by Mines ParisTech

Renault is not the only one to occupy the land in the area of automated driving. Mines ParisTech has announced the creation of a new international research chair in this area, both for the automotive and aerospace sectors, in partnership with industry Valeo, PSA Peugeot Citroën and Safran. Called "Automated Driving - Drive for You," the chair will bring together teams of Robotics Centre Mines ParisTech and international academic partners such as the University of Shanghai Jiao Tong (China), the University of Berkeley (California)... [Lire la suite]