Navigation content becomes 3-dimensional: Page 2 of 2

January 13, 2021 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Navigation content becomes 3-dimensional
In a joint development effort, automotive tier one Continental, precision map data provider HERE and technology company Leia Inc, have developed three-dimensional navigation content for vehicles. The technology is based on Leia’s Lightfield displays and enables a more intuitive user experience.

The content for the joint solution comes from HERE's Premier 3D Cities. It consists of premium map content, highly accurate 3D images of (for the time being) 75 city centres worldwide that are fully interactive and customisable. Each building is indexed and accurate in terms of physical location, volume, height and façade colour. The 3D environment models reproduce the topography for an accurate representation of a city's appearance. In addition, detailed three-dimensional landmarks and the different styles of surrounding buildings are integrated into the terrain.

The three companies have jointly developed a demonstrator and are now working to industrialise the solution for the next generation of vehicles.

More information: www.digital.ces.tech/home and www.continental.com .

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