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This special issue of the EB newsletter features the following automated driving topics:

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EB Webinar: Software framework and modules for highly automated driving (May 10, 2017)

Product news

ATZ cover story: An Appeal - Practical Standards in Autonomous Driving
EB Assist ADTF – Cornerstone of the development of automated driving
New tech paper: EB robinos Positioning

Events

EB´s presentation on DNA for automated driving at the NVIDIA GTC 2017 (US, May 8–11, 2017)

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EB GUIDE

May 10, 2017
Webinar

Webinar: Software framework and modules for highly automated driving

In this free 60-minute webinar on May 10, Sebastian Ohl provides expert insight into EB robinos, which is a software framework with open interfaces and modules for automated driving. EB robinos is made for development purposes as well as embedded prototyping and series production.

The webinar will provide an overview of the new software module and its various use cases. Sebastian Ohl will present how the approach of EB robinos can ease and optimize the complex development of highly automated driving (HAD).

May 10, 2017 @ 10 a.m. Detroit time / 3 p.m. London time / 4 p.m. Stuttgart time / 7:30 p.m. New Delhi time

Register now

Product news

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ATZ cover story: An Appeal - Practical Standards in Autonomous Driving

The automotive industry is moving towards level 3 and level 4 automation. Recent experiences with level 2 system safety have shown that even systems that are considered industry standard operate on certain assumptions: when violated, these systems lead to highly dangerous situations. Elektrobit believes that it is necessary to begin industry-wide discussions on best practices for algorithmic and architectural setups. Here, the goal must be to define the state of the art for safe self-driving systems.

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Map data as co-pilot

EB Assist ADTF – Cornerstone of the development of automated driving

EB Assist ADTF is a globally established, reliable tool for the development, testing, validation, and visualization of advanced driver assistance software and HAD systems.

Check out the new training to switch from EB Assist ADTF 2 to version 3 easily.

In this short summary, you will see why you, too, should use EB Assist ADTF.

Request your free eval version

EB robinos

New tech paper: EB robinos Positioning

In this tech paper, Elektrobit reveals the importance of reliable position and movement information for HAD: it is crucial to smoothly and accurately track the relative movement of vehicles. EB robinos Positioning provides position information in both a global and local coordinate system simultaneously.

Find out more about EB robinos Positioning

Events

Autonomous Vehicle and ADAS Japan

May 8–11, 2017
San Jose, CA, USA

EB´s presentation on DNA for automated driving at the NVIDIA GTC 2017

Join Jeremy Dahan, Innovation Project Manager at Elektrobit, on Monday at 1 p.m. as he presents DNA for automated driving. EB’s architecture, that enables discrete driver assistance systems to all, works in tandem. This framework allows car makers to develop complex systems more quickly and efficiently. For ADAS functionality, it concurrently reduces the time to market. As part of our discussion we will share a reference implementation that demonstrates a valet parking function. That function was built by using the architecture and by accessing maps from the cloud. Location: San Jose Convention Center. Room: 210D. Time: Monday, 1 p.m.

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