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Ultrafast Motion-Planning Chip Could Make Autonomous Cars Safer

On May 17, 2019
@BertrandDuflos shared
RT @TomBamonte: “While most autonomous cars rely on motion-planning systems running at a rate of between 3 Hz and 10 Hz, @realtime_i system runs at 1,000 Hz, going through a massive data lattice of possible trajectories in parallel.” https://t.co/suDHmC0834
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Realtime Robotics' motion-planning processor helps autonomous cars make better decisions

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On May 17, 2019
@BertrandDuflos shared
RT @TomBamonte: “While most autonomous cars rely on motion-planning systems running at a rate of between 3 Hz and 10 Hz, @realtime_i system runs at 1,000 Hz, going through a massive data lattice of possible trajectories in parallel.” https://t.co/suDHmC0834
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Ultrafast Motion-Planning Chip Could Make Autonomous Cars Safer

Realtime Robotics' motion-planning processor helps autonomous cars make better decisions



On May 22, 2019
@Automotive_News shared
Daimler's Zetsche bows out pledging cost cuts to boost profit https://t.co/uH7VKbAu0x https://t.co/49RQPDbNr9
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Daimler's Zetsche bows out pledging cost cuts to boost profit

Daimler said its target remains to return Mercedes-Benz Cars, which includes the Mercedes brand and Smart, and Mercedes-Benz Vans to a "profitability corridor" of 8 percent to 10 percent by ...

On May 20, 2019
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Hand Gestures And Horses: Waymo’s Self-Driving Service Learns To Woo The Public

Waymo is making progress with its robo-ride service in Arizona – slowly and carefully. Braking and turning are smoother and the vans seem to read hand signals correctly, but safety drivers ...

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