DRIVE Software 8.0 Enables Surround Perception, AR for Safe Automated Driving

| January 7, 2019

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DRIVE Software 8.0 which integrates enhanced perception, visualization and mapping capabilities into one release makes it easy to see the road ahead for safe self-driving. The newest version of the extensive DRIVE Software suite, announced this week at CES, features advanced automated driving and in-cabin user experience functionalities powered by AI. Much of the DRIVE Software 8.0 capabilities are also hallmarks of the recently introduced DRIVE AutoPilot system.

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