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Autonomous Driving

We’ll help you shape the future of transport and mobility. Work with us on an Autonomous Driving system as we innovate and move to more complex systems

AUTONOMUS DRIVING

An industry worth billions of dollars each year, we’ve already seen some great technological advances in Autonomous Driving. Features like parking assist and cruise control have become a norm in modern cars. But there’s still a long way to go to get to a world of fully autonomous vehicles.
SAE International has classified five levels of autonomous driving:

  • Level 1 – driver assistance (systems like cruise control)
  • Level 2 – partial automation (assistance in areas like parking lane changing and braking)
  • Level 3 – conditional automation (the vehicle can drive on its own under certain conditions)
  • Level 4 – high automation (can handle all driving tasks but the driver can still take control)
  • Level 5 – full automation (the system is in total control and the driver becomes a passenger)

An Autonomous Driving system contains a Head Controller (Autonomous Driving ECU), along with a number of connected sensors (each with its own controller). The main sensor types you’ll see are camera, LiDAR, radar and ultrasonic. Put simply, the Head Controller acts as the brain and the connected sensors act as the parts of the body.

At Vehiclevo, we lay the foundation with our software infrastructure. Providing a base that’s integral to the system functioning.

3 Pillar Strategy to cover all your bases

On an Autonomous Driving project, all three pillars (base software, functional safety and cyber security) are of vital importance, as we deal with significant risk factors. Things like the possibility of malfunctions causing severe accidents, or someone hacking the system and taking control of an autonomous vehicle.

So we use our strategy to cover everything across our 3 core development teams, meaning we’ll provide you with Autonomous Driving ECU software infrastructure that fits all specifications and requirements.

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