bosch automated driving and assisted transportation systems
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feb 12, 2013
bosch automated driving and assisted transportation systems


bosch automated driving and assisted transportation systems
image courtesy bosch

 

 

as self-driving cars continue to progress in new technological developments, new safety measures are being introduced
to reduce accidents and pedestrian casualties. high-performance driver assistance systems will soon be able to analyze
complex traffic situations and act either independently or with supporting the driver. with an increasing level of automation,
these functions will reduce the driver’s burden more and more, thereby creating space for productivity, communication
or entertainment while driving.

 

german electronics company bosch is developing solutions for an intelligent forward thinking vehicle – making the vision
of injury and accident free driving reality. automated driving will help synchronize traffic flow, reducing travel times and
fuel consumption – creating an interconnected environment, allowing for users to have a more productive experience on the road.
holistic mobility concepts and services will pave the way for personalized environment-friendly travel.

 

 

automated intelligent driving network
image courtesy bosch

 

 

sensors mounted on a self-driving BMW
image courtesy bosch

 

 

bosch automated driving
video courtesy boschautomotive

 

 


bosch driver assistance system
video courtesy boschautomotive

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