The rugged ARS 30X sensor from A.D.C. measures independent the distance and velocity (Doppler's principle) with a real time scanning.
The rugged ARS 404-21 sensor from A.D.C. measures independent the distance and velocity to objects without reflector.
The rugged ARS 408-21 sensor from A.D.C. measures independent the distance and velocity to objects.
The very rugged SRR 20X sensor from A.D.C. measures independent the distance and velocity in a wide Field of View.
A very useful tool for testing and evaluating in single and small series application.
The rugged SRL 1 sensor from A.D.C. measures the distance to objects without reflector by using time of flight with a very high repetition rate.
Continental and NVIDIA Partner to Enable Worldwide Production of Artificial Intelligence Self-Driving Cars
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With the Safety Domain Control Unit, Continental is adding a further safety level to highly automated driving.
Continental CEO Dr. Degenhart: “By leveraging HERE’s technology, we look forward to generating further profitable growth in mobility services and automated driving”
Continental offers Platform for Accelerating Development of Automated Driving Control Units
Continental Showcases Solutions for Mobility as a Great Place to Live
Fifth Radar Generation Meets Future Requirements for Automated Driving
Continental Increases Focus on Automated and Autonomous Driving in the Agricultural Industry
Continental Launches BEE in the Urban World of the Future
Continental Implements Fully Automated Valet Parking
Continental is developing solutions for driverless vehicles in urban areas.
Continental Teaches Vehicles to Park Independently.
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Back on track: Advanced driver assistance systems prevent vehicles leaving the road.
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