CES 2017: Delphi And Mobileye To Showcase Their Self-Driving Car System

Posted: Nov 29 2016, 9:53am CST | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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CES 2017: Delphi and Mobileye to Showcase Their Self-Driving Car System
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  • Delphi and MobilEye to showcase their Self-Driving technology at upcoming CES

The companies will use a special chip in self driving units prepared by them.

MobilEye which is a former partner of Tesla has resurfaced in the technology news after a break. The company has partnered up with Delphi and both of these will be presenting their ideas at the upcoming CES in 2017.

The partners are working on the self-driving technology thus we are looking forward to see some hi-fi and upgraded driving systems soon by these two. The CES is a great platform for technology companies to showcase their talent and to bring forward their newest ideas along with projects.

The automated driving system which is developed by Delphi and MobilEye is called Centralized Sensing Localization and Planning (CSLP).

The company is calling it the first ever system prepared by them which is an automated driving system developed on the basis of providing computing platform and a leading perception system.

The test vehicle which is developed by the company will be driven 6.3 miles in total, according to Engadget. The drive will be made on highways and urban roads in order to proclaim the perfection of the autonomous system developed by company.

The basic function of this drive will be to tackle the number of challenges that a self-driving car will face on road. These include other cars, road bumps, speed breakers, cyclists, pedestrians and merging lanes.

According to the companies, the self-driving system will use a special chip that will have the ability to pin point its location just within 10 centimeters with the help of GPS.

This system will also be able to navigate the road without markings unlike that of Tesla’s self-driving mechanism. The companies are working on the development of system until it is finalized in every aspect. They’re planning to launch it in year 2019.

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