Zenuity, CERN team up on machine learning for autonomous driving

August 29, 2019 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Zenuity, CERN team up on machine learning for autonomous driving
Autonomous driving software company Zenuity (Gothenburg, Sweden) has become the first automotive company to team up with CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. The purpose of the unusual couple: Developing fast machine learning for autonomous drive cars.

A fundamental challenge in the development of autonomous drive (AD) cars is the interpretation of the huge quantities of data generated by normal driving conditions, such as identifying pedestrians and vehicles with the sensors on the car, including cameras, lidar and radars.

Addressing these issues is crucial for the development of safe AD cars, and Zenuity regards this as a key part of its own raison d’être of developing software for vehicles that will eliminate car collisions and associated injuries and fatalities.

Zenuity’s management associates the step with the hope that the collaboration with CERN will ultimately help the company develop AD cars that can reach decisions and make predictions more quickly, thus avoiding accidents.

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