Renault is in the process of developing a system of autonomous driving that, for the first time, he has been able to perform an evasive maneuver with the same success rate as professional pilots.
The Gallic consortium has presented this technology at the Renault Open Innovation Lab, a network of laboratories that is destined to improve the safety and advanced technologies of autonomous driving that has been held in Silicon Valley (California, United States).
The director of the Renault Open Innovation Lab, Simon Hougard, Has pointed out that the "Drive towards innovation leads to the development of advanced autonomous driving technologies that will give customers confidence to make their trips safer and more comfortable."[sam_pro id = 1_22 codes = ”true”]
This innovation represents an "important step" in the use of autonomous driving to improve vehicle safety as Reanult wants to become one of the first manufacturers to offer level 4 autonomous driving technology "Mind Off" (that does not require have your senses behind the wheel) in its mass-produced vehicles, as well as in deploying a fleet of driverless vehicles.
The basis for this work comes from research published by the Dynamic Design Lab from Stanford University (led by Professor Chris Gerdes, former Director of Innovation for the United States Department of Transportation) with whom the Renault Open Innovation Lab collaborates.
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