Delphi, Mobileye to reveal their self-driving-car technology at CES 2017

Advancements in self-driving-car technology developed by Mobileye and Delphi Automotive will be revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next month.

Mobileye, a developer of advanced driver-assistance technology, joined efforts with auto supplier Delphi in August after it parted ways with Tesla Motors in July. 

Mobileye’s core product is chip and software technology that provides image processing and analysis used in cars with camera-based systems for assisted driving, such as automatic braking.

Few weeks ago, Intel announced is joining the two auto suppliers to provide the chips used in their autonomous system.

At the CES show in Las Vegas January 5-8, Mobileye and Delphi plan to showcase their autonomous-driving technology with a 6.3-mile drive on highways and surface streets, using prototype vehicles. 

Mobileye will also reveal the progress it has made with mapping technology, which is the best in the business, Dan Galves, Mobileye’s senior vice president of communications, said in a briefing.


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