November 15, 2017
The next chapter of production-focused automotive innovation requires collaboration to advance autonomy into real cars on the road. Indeed, the most challenging part of developing a cost-optimised, production-ready automated driving system involves the hard work of many disciplined partners.
In January 2017 at CES in Las Vegas, Renesas demonstrated the work of a large team of professors, scientists and automotive engineers solving critical production challenges faced by the automotive industry. This included silicon-level cyber security, triple redundancy of hardware and fail-operational software.
Much has happened since CES. In this free 60-minute webinar, the collaboration between the University of Waterloo, BlackBerry QNX and Renesas will be disclosed, and attendees will learn about some of the complex developments of 2017.
Download the slides:
- Autonomoose - Automated Driving System by Krzysztof Czarnecki, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo
- QNX platform For ADAS by Sheridan Ethier, Director of Engineering, Middleware and Vertical Platforms, BlackBerry QNX
- Safety and Security of Autonomous Vehicles with Renesas autonomy by Sebastian Fischmeister, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo
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To view the on-demand version of chapter 1 of “The making of an autonomous car” please see here.