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EB showcasing self-driving capabilities at CES 2017
EB boosts ADAS with self-learning EB robinos Predictor

Product news

Increased performance and high stability - EB Assist ADTF 3

Initiatives

EB to work on SmartDeviceLink (SDL)

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CES Demo

EB showcasing self-driving capabilities at CES 2017

We wrapped up another CES this year, with self-driving model cars in our booth showing how EB is bringing automated driving to the road. Take a look at the video of the demo and get in touch with us to see how EB can help with innovative technologies such as EB robinos for automated driving systems for your next project.

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EB robinos Predictor

EB boosts ADAS with self-learning EB robinos Predictor

EB has expanded its product line with EB robinos Predictor, an electronic horizon solution that provides accurate street map and topographical data for the implementation of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
The new product variant uses free open street maps (OSM), which allows car makers to offer driver assistance features in all of their vehicles, from entry level to premium. OSM data can be enriched incrementally over-the-air using EB’s self-learning algorithm, meaning every vehicle always has the most accurate information about the road ahead.
View the press release here or check out this short demo video to see how EB robinos Predictor enables and improves ADAS functions.

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Product news

EB Assist ADTF 3

Increased performance and high stability - EB Assist ADTF 3

Developing ADAS and highly automated driving software can be a tedious task. Multiple various components need to work together seamlessly, efficiently, and safely. It is crucial to use a reliable and flexible development environment. EB Assist ADTF 3 is especially made for the development, validation, visualization and test of driver assistance and automated driving features.

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Initiatives

SmartDeviceLink

EB to work on SmartDeviceLink (SDL)

EB is contributing its SmartDeviceLink expertise to the Automotive Grade Linux initiative - a venture to create open-source software solutions for the automotive industry.
SmartDeviceLink connects in-vehicle infotainment systems to smartphone applications allowing automakers the opportunity to provide customers with highly integrated connected experiences, and app developers with new and exciting ways of connecting with their customers.

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