ADAS platform targets automated and electrified vehicles

January 18, 2021 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
ADAS platform targets automated and electrified vehicles
Automotive technology company Aptiv PLC has developed an open and scalable ADAS platform. The product is designed to the enable the software-defined vehicle, reduce complexity and slash system costs.

As part of Aptiv's Smart Vehicle Architecture, the new ADAS platform’s full-stack capabilities are helping customers realize their technology roadmaps and democratize advanced safety systems faster and at a lower cost. Purpose-built for scalability, it cost-effectively spans all vehicle segments by managing the software complexity and supporting features that range from entry-level safety compliance to advanced highway pilot and parking assist, the vendor promises. The new platform has the ability to incorporate future technologies and features, including those developed in collaboration with Motional, providing further scalability to higher levels of automation.

Likewise, Aptiv's next-gen ADAS platform is fully compatible with emerging zone control architectures, enabling new business models for OEMs through the creation of new features and services that can be updated over-the-air (OTA).

The new platform also applies an Industry 5.0 approach to safety, ensuring that the driver and the vehicle work together flawlessly. Using the latest generation of up-integrated driver-state sensing and interior sensing solutions, Aptiv's platform not only verifies if the driver's eyes are on the road, it also recognizes and responds to body positioning, gestures and eye movement to provide a higher level of safety.


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