Visteon Asia Pacific and China’s ZongMu Technology have confirmed their cooperation to jointly develop autonomous driving technologies from Level 3 upward. A self-parking solution integrating Visteon’s DriveCore autonomous driving platform and ZongMu’s autonomous parking system [pictured] is the first product announced. The Visteon DriveCore platform comprises hardware, in-vehicle ‘middleware’ and PC-based software toolsets to develop Read More..
Xevo is partnering with TomTom to incorporate its in-car on-demand e-commerce platform, Xevo Market, into navigation systems. Service providers, shops or similar can be identified as points of interest (POI) in the mapping, and the driver can be navigated towards them. Recommendations can be offered on-route, such as suggesting a fuel stop or the chance Read More..
Autonomous parking will be available in series-production vehicles as of 2020, the Volkswagen Group has announced, following trials now underway at Hamburg Airport. In this program, Volkswagen, Porsche and Audi vehicles are self-navigating to spaces in the airport’s multi-storey car park, using a digital map plus simple pictorial markers in the building to aid orientation. Read More..
Inrix said its off-street parking information will be available on the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class. The US-based company, which provides traffic data and other relevant information for car drivers, said its “Off-Street Parking” services offers routes to the Â closest garage locations, detailed rates, and space availability. Mercedes E-Class drivers can access the information using the car’s Read More..
Siemens said it has signed an agreement with Streetline, a US parking solutions provider, to jointly market a range of smart parking products and services. The agreement will let Germanyâ€™s Siemens improve its intelligent traffic systems (ITS) applications by integrating Streetlineâ€™s parking sensors into its own parking products. Streetline will be allowed to use Siemens Read More..