General Motors Invests in Oculi Technologies
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A leading German tech company has invested in an Austin, Texas-based robotics company that is developing self-driving, connected technology.
“We are extremely excited by the potential in autonomous driving technology in this technology that involves vision and the sensors on our cars,” said Michael Moll, CEO of General Motor’s advanced vehicle systems business.
GM announced the investment Wednesday as it announced that its Advanced Urban Trucking business will sell vehicles with AI-enhanced technologies, including one called Oculi, which is the name for the company’s autonomous driving systems.
Oculi is based on sensors in the autonomous driving vehicles, giving drivers the ability to spot potential dangers. They also use sensors inside the cars to help keep the car driving safely.
“The technology is quite intuitive and helps us keep our cars safe,” said Michael Grätzel, chief executive officer of Oculi. “We want to make it very easy to buy a vehicle so we can put in the technology.
The German automaker said it’s using the sale proceeds to invest in Oculi technologies. That might mean investing $500 million in the company.
Oculi developed and manufactured its self-driving cars in Austin, Texas, a suburb of Texas.
General Motors (GM) announced a major investment in autonomous driving technology and the purchase of start-ups Oculi’s self-driving technology and software in a major deal on Wednesday.
“A strong commitment from GM is a great boost to Oculi’s global ambitions and an additional opportunity to accelerate our progress towards the commercialization of autonomous driving,” Oculi CEO Michael Grätzel said in a statement. “GM supports the development of Oculi’s autonomous driving technology and, through this investment, will be helping accelerate Oculi’s commercialization efforts.
Oculii: A U.S. startup maker of radar sensors for self-driving cars.
A recent article in Wired magazine (July 5, 2017) by the publication claimed the first use of an autonomous car in an actual American city. At least in the US in the past, autonomous cars would be rare, with many countries preferring to rely on human-driving vehicles for local mobility. To date, autonomous cars have primarily been tested in the closed environment of laboratory settings, with many public demonstrations. But in the future, autonomous cars will be more common, with many new companies entering the market, and many more cities beginning to embrace them.
Tesla Revisited the driver assistant system?
This is all fairly new and there is still much much more to learn. The first autonomous vehicle was developed in 2007 and they were called “driver assist systems” or DAS when they were first introduced. Later, the term became associated with full autonomous vehicles (FAA/NHTSA), but that was not the case for about 5 years.
Driver assist systems were initially designed for human drivers with one or two wheel drive to aid them when they drive manually. The driver was then provided with a map of the route to be driven, and the AI guided the driver to take it. These were then called “driver assistance systems” or DAS when they were introduced and were initially used in commercial contexts.
In 2013, the FAA announced the Advanced Transportation Management System (ATMS) program to develop the first fully autonomous aircraft. The goal of the program was to test a system, but that system was not developed for commercial use. It was developed for use in military environments. The systems were called “driver assistance systems” or DAS.
While this system was developed by the FAA and was being tested, it was not incorporated into commercial applications. The DAS was developed to provide a driver with some level of safety and aid in the safe operation of the aircraft.
As the technology to develop the DAS technology improved and the FAA announced the use of the technology it was incorporated into commercial applications.
The role of radar in the future –
The role of radar in the future – | Software.
The authors discuss some problems regarding the future role of radars. Radar is currently a very complex system. In particular, it is used primarily on airplanes as the source of information, but also in ships, on ships and in submarines. The authors point out that currently, radar is used only in a very limited range of missions and that this is very questionable.
Radar is a new technology which has developed relatively rapidly in recent years. The fundamental problems relating to radar were discussed by L. Roussel and J. Dittman in 1995. At that time, it was demonstrated that radar’s operational use could improve safety and reduce the number of accidents.
Since then, radar has evolved and developed rapidly. The complexity of the radar has increased, and the size of the data it is able to process has increased. The size of the radar’s information source has also increased significantly, and this is due to the fact that it is able to process much larger amounts of data. The size of the information processing and data processing stages is thus also increasing, and its complexity is becoming more and more serious.
There are two very important issues related to the future application of radars. On the one hand, the size of the radar’s information source is getting larger and the amount of data which is able to be processed is also getting larger. On the other hand, the number of radars involved in a given mission is also growing very quickly. It is therefore necessary to address both these issues, in order to achieve the most effective use of radar, and this requires the development of a very high quality radar.
The above-mentioned problems can be approached by trying to develop algorithms specific to each of these factors. For the problem of the current amount of information which radar is able to process, the authors have developed a number of models and they are described in Sections 2 and 3 of the paper. For the problem of the increasing size of the information processing, models are also developed and described in Sections 4 and 5 as well as the results obtained. In this context, the use of the Radar Analyzer software is briefly described.
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