VW and Bosch join forces to rev up automated driving | Malay Mail

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VW and Bosch join forces to rev up automated driving | Malay Mail

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VW and Bosch join forces to rev up automated driving | Malay Mail

FRANKFURT, Jan 25 — Car giant Volkswagen and parts supplier Bosch have embarked on an “extensive partnership” to bring automated driving to the mass market by next year, the German companies said today. Bosch and VW software subsidiary Cariad are aiming to “make functions available that...

channel for the latest updates.FRANKFURT, Jan 25 — Car giant Volkswagen and parts supplier Bosch have embarked on an “extensive partnership” to bring automated driving to the mass market by next year, the German companies said today.Bosch and VW software subsidiary Cariad are aiming to “make functions available that will allow drivers to temporarily take their hands off the steering wheel” in vehicles sold under the Volkswagen Group brand, according to a statement.

These will range from so-called “hands-free” systems for urban and motorway driving to a system that takes over all driving functions on the motorway, the companies said.The first of these functions are to be installed in 2023.It will also be possible to integrate the component parts developed by the alliance into vehicles made by other carmakers, they said.

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FRANKFURT, Jan 25 — Car giant Volkswagen and parts supplier Bosch have embarked on an “extensive partnership” to bring automated driving to the mass market by next year, the German companies said today. Bosch and VW software subsidiary Cariad are aiming to “make functions available that will allow drivers to temporarily take their hands off the steering wheel” in vehicles sold under the Volkswagen Group brand, according to a statement. Taiwan, which China claims as its own territory, has complained for more than a year of repeated missions by China’s air force near the democratically governed island, often in the southwestern part of its air defence identification zone, or ADIZ, close to the Taiwan-controlled Pratas Islands. These will range from so-called “hands-free” systems for urban and motorway driving to a system that takes over all driving functions on the motorway, the companies said. — Reuters You May Also Like. The first of these functions are to be installed in 2023. The latest Chinese mission included 34 fighters plus four electronic warfare aircraft and a single bomber, the Taiwan ministry said. It will also be possible to integrate the component parts developed by the alliance into vehicles made by other carmakers, they said. From the end of March, carriers must use slots at least 70 per cent of the time in order to keep them, the Department for Transport (DfT) said in a statement yesterday.

The main focus of the project will be data-driven software development on the basis of information from 360-degree surround sensing. Taiwan sent combat aircraft to warn away the Chinese aircraft, while missile systems were deployed to monitor them, the ministry said. “With the help of one of the world’s biggest connected vehicle fleets, we will gain access to a huge database. This will allow us to take automated driving systems to a new level,” said Mathias Pillin, president of Bosch Cross-Domain Computing Solutions. While it was not clear what might have prompted China to carry out such a large-scale mission, US and Japanese naval forces have been carrying out exercises in the Philippine Sea, a vast area that includes waters to the east of Taiwan. The project is expected to require the skills of around 1,000 employees and the two companies have already started recruiting new experts to work in the alliance. Bosch and Volkswagen had already announced a partnership earlier this month to explore the possibility of establishing a European battery equipment solution provider. China has stepped up pressure on Taiwan to accept its sovereignty claims. The move “strikes the right balance between driving recovery and promoting competition”, said a Heathrow spokeswoman.

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