Automated driving and assistance in the near future

May 05, 2017 | Same topic: Leading-edge tech trends
Denso and Toshiba will enhance collaboration in different fields, especially automated driving and assistance.
Denso and Toshiba announced that the two companies have begun talks to improve collaborations in the fields of Internet of Things (IoT)-based manufacturing, advanced driver assistance, and automated driving among others.
 
The partnership aims to combine Denso’s high level of technology, manufacturing capability accumulated through its experience in the automotive industry with Toshiba’s latest technologies. It is expected that with this collaborations, the two companies could ram up the race in the ever fast-evolving automotive industry.

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Denso and Toshiba have begun talks to improve collaborations in the fields of Internet of Things (IoT)-based manufacturing, advanced driver assistance, and automated driving among others
 
Their collaboration has already began in the fields of advanced driver assistance and automated driving, where in Denso and Toshiba have jointly developed AI technologies used in image recognition systems. In addition, they have worked together in a wide range of areas including the development of lithium-ion batteries packs, which are used by hybrid vehicles, and ECUs used in automotive components.
 
Moreover, Denso and Toshiba will collaborate more closely in other fields where they can share their visions and speed up the development of technology.
 
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The collaboration has already began in the fields of advanced driver assistance and automated driving



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