Is There a Need for Remote Control for Autonomous Vehicles?
Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) are implementing ambitious deadlines for highly automated driving in the next three to four years. Much of the focus of automotive technology development has turned to addressing implementation pain points such as consumer adoption and maintenance rather than the core fundamentals. Indeed, the core-enabling technologies for autonomous driving are well established, with broad consensus on the need for multiple diverse sensors, high-compute platforms, high-bandwidth/low-latency networking, and artificial intelligence.
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