David E. Zoia
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The software transfers critical sensor data from the car to the cloud, where it can be accessed by the OEM, its suppliers and service providers, as well as smartphone apps that communicate directly with the vehicle owner.
The supplier says its new cross-domain engineering approach will help Bosch keep pace with the three megatrends – electrification, automated driving and connectivity – that are transforming the industry.
AdaSky believes its night-vision sensor can make pedestrian-crash-avoidance technology work more reliably. A push in the right direction from regulators and other testers could help convince automakers.
The new sensor suite is scalable from basic forward-sensing applications to more sophisticated high-definition 4D radar, accommodating everything from entry-level ADAS features to fully automated Level 4-5 technology.
The U.S.-based start-up also adds two auto-industry veterans to its board of directors.
The combination of Daimler’s trucks and brands with Waymo’s driverless technology vaults the pair to the forefront of the AV commercial-vehicle sector.