Porsche Engineering is breaking new ground by using game engines from the gaming industry as well as artificial intelligence to develop new, intelligent vehicles of the future.
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Specialists from the MosTransProekt Research Institute in Moscow have developed the first Russian-made autonomous vehicle.
Scientists from three Fraunhofer institutes have worked out a radar sensor system that can use AI to interpret entire traffic scenarios and warn autonomous vehicles of dangers.
Technology outfitted on the robot includes 3D computer vision, location and mapping capabilities, and sonar technology to avoid obstacles.
At TU Berlin, researchers are developing AI possibilities for the mobility of the future based on platform economics and are allowing AI applications in autonomous mobility to be experienced.
Fraunhofer IZM researchers have developed 3D radar modules for autonomous driving vehicles that enable 360° all-round vision when integrated into a sensor network
In the Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge, real growers take on AI models. The competition provides important insights for the future of greenhouse farming, writes Colinda de Beer.
An EU project is working on replacing weed-killing herbicides with an autonomous robot equipped with a laser.
A team of researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute in Ilmenau has developed a floating rescue robot that will support staff in swimming pools and bathing lakes in emergencies in the future.
The transition to fully autonomous driving is still years ahead. Helen Kardan writes about what the challenges are that the automotive industry has to overcome.
In Finnish Lapland, north of the Arctic Circle, autonomous vehicles are being tested on a smart road under some of the most challenging driving conditions in Europe.
“We would like to know whose drone is flying – from where, to where, on what path and altitude – just like with planes, only closer to the ground”
Berlin-based engineering company IAV is working together with FZI on an intelligent and networked e-bike that recognizes its rider and follows them around autonomously.
Autonomous cars could become the future of travel. However, there is still a problem that has to be overcome, because people in the car often suffer from unpleasant nausea.
The French and British navies will be the first in the world to use an unmanned system for removing mines. The construction of the system, which has already been tested at sea, is to start this year.
The Transformer, that's the name of the latest car from the Dutch University Racing Eindhoven student team. As the name implies, the car is able to change shape.
Vanderlande wants to test technological innovations that will enhance airport processes
Antwerp University Hospital (UZA) in Belgium is using an AI-powered robot to greet patients, check temperatures, and ensure masks are worn correctly. By removing initial […]
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