Volvo Cars, the premium car maker, Autoliv, the world leading automotive safety company, and NVIDIA, the AI and visual computing company, are teaming up to develop advanced systems and software for self-driving cars.
Volvo Cars, the premium car maker, believes governments and car makers should join hands in sharing traffic data in order to improve global traffic safety, Håkan Samuelsson, president and chief executive, told a conference at the European Commission in Brussels on Monday.
Sweden’s famed Nordic Model, which brings together the public sector, private sector and academia, provides a template for the rapid introduction of autonomous driving technologies worldwide, Håkan Samuelsson, president and chief executive of Volvo Cars, will say at a seminar on autonomous driving in Sweden this week.
Volvo Car Group’s groundbreaking technology for putting self-driving cars in the hands of real customers by 2017 was demonstrated to media and important decision makers in the Chinese capital Beijing today – with the Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven joining the event.
The world’s foremost vehicle safety conferences, the International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) will take place in Volvo Cars’ hometown this year, effectively bringing the discussion of vehicle safety home to where it first began.
Two of Volvo Cars’ top safety experts, Dr Trent Victor, Senior Technical Leader Crash Avoidance and Adjunct Professor at the University of Iowa, US and Jonas Ekmark, Manager Innovation for Active Safety and Chassis, were singled out for appreciation for their contributions in the field of car safety.
The Drive Me project – a unique public pilot with ordinary drivers behind the steering wheels of 100 self-driving Volvos – has been joined by a new prominent Swedish partner: Chalmers University of Technology.
Volvo Cars, the premium car maker, and Autoliv, the automotive safety technology company, two of the world’s leaders in automotive safety, have agreed to work together on the ground-breaking Drive Me project, the world’s first large-scale autonomous driving (AD) initiative.