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Elektrobit software for Chinese EV startup WM

German automotive embedded software developer Elektrobit (EB) has provided the software design, development and integration services for Chinese EV startup Weltmeister Motor's first electric vehicle, the WM EX5, a compact sports utility vehicle
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Zenuity, CERN partner on Fast ML for AVs

Swedish autonomous vehicle software company Zenuity has teamed up with the European nuclear research organisation CERN to develop fast machine learning for autonomous vehicles
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NASA, AWS, KBR reinforcement learning for AVs

NASA, AWS and KBR have staged a car race at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Centre of fully autonomous vehicles. Each car deployed a different machine learning model based on reinforcement learning
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RoboSense, Aidrivers partner on industrial AVs
Chinese LiDAR developer RoboSense is partnering British self driving specialist Aidrivers to develop improved self driving industrial transportation
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Taiwanese self driving minibus unveiled

Taiwan vehicle R&D institute ARTC has unveiled the WinBus, the first self driving all-electric minibus developed in Taiwan. The self driving minibus was developed by ARTC together with a group of local automotive suppliers, with sponsorship from Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs
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Lytx MV+AI cuts drowsy driving rates
Machine vision and AI tech has helped cut drowsy driving by over a third, and falling asleep at the wheel by two thirds among commercial drivers, according to data from video telematics firm Lytx. The data was gathered by Lytx from commercial and public sector fleets that participate in the firm's driver safety programme
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National Express to digitally transform with Vodafone, IBM

Vodafone and IBM have signed an eight year deal with National Express, a UK-based transport provider which operates services in eight countries. The two companies will develop solutions for National Express based on 5G, edge computing, AI, and hybrid cloud
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Automotive Grade Linux to optimise for low performance processors

Open source in-vehicle software platform project Automotive Grade Linux has created a new working group focused on Instrument Cluster solutions, and released a new version of its unified code base for in-vehicle computing: UCB 8.0.
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