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Baidu to integrate Mobileye's safety model into Apollo Program for autonomous vehicles

Wednesday 4 July 2018 | 09:29 CET | News
Baidu plans to work with Intel's Mobileye to integrate and commercially deploy Mobileye's Responsibility Sensitive Safety (RSS) model for China's roads in both the open source Project Apollo and commercial Apollo Pilot programmes. Baidu also announced plans to adopt Mobileye's Surround Computer Vision Kit as the visual perception platform. The kit will be integrated as part of Baidu's proposition to the Chinese OEM market. Mobileye's RSS model, which was published in 2017, will help deliver a safe driving platform for autonomous vehicles on China's challenging roadways, the company said.

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Companies: Baidu / Mobileye
Countries: China
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