Veoneer, Inc., a pure-play company focused on Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Automated Driving (AD), will demonstrate automotive safety tech at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
A lot of new autonomous driving technology will come to market in 2019 raising more questions about reliability: Will cars bend or break rules when necessary, like human drivers? What about making split-second decisions, and deciding “who” will be in charge? The technology shown at CES will not be the answer alone; innovating the human and technology infrastructure and communications within and around vehicles will be key to consumer adoption.
Attendees at CES 2019 will have a chance to participate in a real, hands-on, 30-minute test drive to see how new driver-vehicle-infrastructure technology can address them. They will also have the opportunity to drive LIV, the next-generation Learning Intelligent Vehicle, equipped with intelligence and tools that work through real life scenarios while communicating along the way.
At LIV’s core are deep learning algorithms that enable effective communication, including sensing driver gaze, emotion, cognitive load, drowsiness, hand position, posture and then fusing this information with data on the external environment to yield driving experiences that are not only safer, but feel that way, too.
Veoneer is partnering with Ericsson and the driving experience utilises Ericsson’s secure cloud platform and cutting-edge 5G-ready network. Attendees will also be able to experience Autonomous Valet Parking; where they will be in control through an app, which will guide them through Zenuity Connected Cloud, building further on the Ericsson cloud.
CES 2019 will be geld in Las Vegas from January 8, 2019.
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