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NVIDIA functionally safe AI self driving platform

NVIDIA has unveiled details of its functional safety architecture for the company's AI autonomous vehicle platform. The NVIDIA DRIVE architecture is designed to allow self driving cars to continue to operate safely on the road even when faults are detected.
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Hyundai, Cisco hyper-connected car in 2019

Hyundai and Cisco are collaborating to develop secure next generation connected car technology. The two companies are also planning to launch "hyper-connected" production vehicles in 2019.
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Baidu, AMI JV to extend Apollo through ASEAN
Chinese Internet giant Baidu and Singapore AI technology firm Asia Mobility Industries (AMI) have launched a joint venture to extend Baidu's Apollo self driving programme into South East Asia.
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JLR first to adopt Gentex connected car tech

Jaguar Land Rover has become the first car company to offer Gentex's car-to-home automation feature and digital rear vision system
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Cognata launches self driving simulation platform

Computer vision and AI firm Cognata has launched a cloud based simulation engine for self driving vehicle validation. The new platform incorporates technologies from NVIDIA and Microsoft.
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Volvo to trial autonomous buses in Singapore
Volvo Buses and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore have signed a cooperation agreement on a research and development programme for autonomous electric buses. The programme is part of the Land Transport Authority of Singapore's effort to build future sustainable public transport.
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Savari, Qualcomm in Cellular-V2X development

Savari is working with Qualcomm to develop cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) technology. As part of the collaboration, Savari is providing software components for C-V2X modules based on Qualcomm's 9150 C-V2X chipset.
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Gogo broadband for business aviation

The Gogo AVANCE L3 can be installed on business aircraft of all types and sizes but is especially aimed at smaller aircraft, including turboprops and light jets
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