People in a number of German cities will soon be able to let a self-driving vehicle take them to their destination or transport goods and deliver packages.
The technology for self-driving cars is constantly improving. One factor the developers find difficult to control: the unpredictable pedestrian. But work is also being done on this.
"Cheap Lidar can therefore provide a breakthrough of intelligence on our roads."
The Dutch Delft University of Technology can help with smart computational methods to calculate the energy yield of a lot of buildings in urban environments.
Scientists from the Wind Energy Institute at the Flensburg University of Applied Sciences in Germany are developing a technology that will help prevent any future damage to wind turbines.
Lidar systems are essential in the development of autonomously moving cars and, for example, robots that move independently. It is a technology in which laser […]
Bosch introduces a sensor for a three-dimensional view of the road, essential for autonomous driving
Sensors are now part of the basic equipment of every modern car. Cameras, ultrasound, radar, infrared and the like already exist. But to really equip […]
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The Automotive Photonics Conference aims to bring the automotive industry and the world of photonics closer together. According to photonics professor Ifelfonso Tafur Monroy, the […]
The Netherlands is known as the number one cyclist nation in Europe, and Amsterdam is also famous for its bicycles. Of course, not all residents […]
Researchers from the Eindhoven University of Technology and DIFFER have developed a nanolaser that provides light in all directions. The fact that the laser gives […]