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Alibaba’s Cainiao Network and RoboSense announce world’s first solid-state LiDAR unmanned logistics vehicle

HANGZHOU – Alibaba Group’s Cainiao Network and RoboSense, a Shenzhen-based LiDAR supplier, jointly released the G Plus, the world’s first solid-state LiDAR unmanned logistics vehicle, at the Network’s 2018 Global Smart Logistics Summit (GSLS) held here on May 31. The key feature of the newly announced G Plus driverless delivery

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Fisker’s EMotion is cool, but it’s his “Orbit” that will turn heads in China

LAS VEGAS – Henrik Fisker wowed the crowds at CES 2018 with his latest exotic super car – the EMotion electric luxury sedan with butterfly doors, 400-km range and Quanergy S3 LiDARs (see XXX on p. xxx) embedded as exterior design elements making it Level 4 autonomous driving-capable. But it

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Raising the bar: Magna’s 4D ICON Radar production expected in China, Europe and N.A. in 2020

DETROIT – Rather than just having another “me too” radar, Magna’s goal was to see if it could have a step change in the functional capabilities of an important piece of the puzzle and building block to achieving Level 4 and 5 autonomous driving, according to Swami Kotagiri, CTO of

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Bosch to be involved in Baidu’s “Apollo” project as the two sign smart mobility agreement

BERLIN – Bosch will be involved in Baidu’s “Apollo” project, which aims to provide open, comprehensive, and reliable software for the development of automated vehicles, following the signing of a strategic cooperation framework agreement on joint development of smart mobility between the two companies on June 1. Dr. Dirk Hoheisel,

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MAS@Beijing 0119 recap: Intelligent driving to be final solution to city traffic problems

BEIJING – Intelligent driving will be the final solution to problems in mega and medium-sized cities including traffic jam, car parking, emissions and accidents, according to Wu Gansha, founder and CEO of UISEE Technologies (Beijing) Ltd. Wu shared his observations at CBU/CAR’s Monthly Automotive Salon (MAS) held on January 19 in Beijing discussing ADAS

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