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Baidu and BlackBerry partner for Apollo autonomous driving platform

Both companies have agreed to collaborate to facilitate the deployment of connected and autonomous vehicle technology for automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and suppliers worldwide. Baidu Intelligent Driving Group general manager Li Zhenyu said: “BlackBerry QNX has established itself as the OS platform for safety-certified production-based systems. We aim to ...

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Kelso outfits Ford F150 production prototype with ASCS technology

ASCS is a suspension methodology that increases safety and operational capabilities of the vehicles. The prototype features patents that are suspension related and designed to provide heavy duty performance capability in rugged outback terrains and standard road conditions. Kelso is currently devising the business infrastructure and plans for the ASCS ...

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Nissan and DeNA to test robo-vehicle mobility service

The field test will be conducted at the Minatomirai district of Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture from 5-18 March next year. The Easy Ride system has been developed jointly by the two companies under a collaboration deal since January this year. The new system combines Nissan’s expertise in Intelligent Mobility vision through ...

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