How Can TomTom Compete in the Autonomous Driving Space?

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By James Hodgson | 1Q 2018 | IN-5034


Scalable Map Creation and Dissemination


Automotive digital map creation is going through a period of considerable transformation, with the core requirements going forward being software presence at the edge and robust, global cloud-to-car dissemination. At CES 2018, TomTom made a number of automotive announcements, including the launch of the AutoStream map delivery system and a collaboration with Zenuity, the automotive software joint venture between Volvo and Tier One supplier Autoliv.

AutoStream: TomTom’s new map delivery service brings a strong focus on implementation, not only in terms of how quickly a customer can bring map data augmented ADAS / autonomous driving to market, but also with respect to how well it addresses the typical automotive constraints of low memory storage and low bandwidth. Different layers of TomTom map data can be downloaded in tile format to suit the intended application, the vehicle sensor configuration and the driver’s route. For example, the map data ranges can be customized according to the ranging abilities of each vehicle’s on-board sensors, …

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