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Read our new TechPaper “Staying in lane on highways with EB robinos”

June 9, 2017 

Learn how EB robinos can be used to implement a highway stay-in-lane application and how it accelerates the highly automated driving development (HAD) by applying ready-to-use software components.

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Highly automated driving (HAD) raises the complexity within vehicles tremendously due to many different components that need to be coordinated and combined. A change in current state-of-the-art development procedures is needed to manage this increased complexity. As a result, the use of a software framework that is based on a standardized architecture with open interfaces can reduce this complexity, but also cost and effort. This leads to higher competitiveness and, vice versa, the delivery of better products to the end consumer. The industry needs to shift its focus and also think about best practices in terms of functional software rather than only in terms of hardware architectures.

In this tech paper, we explore one of the most important basic driver assistance functions while driving on highways. This function includes to stay in lane and adapt the speed according to the vehicles in front. The tech paper shows how EB robinos can be used to implement a highway stay-in-lane application and how it accelerates the highly automated driving development (HAD) by applying ready-to-use software components.

Read the TechPaper in English in our Tech Corner.

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