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BMW Partners With Qualcomm And Arriver Software On Automated Driving Tech

BMW has announced a long-term development cooperation with Qualcomm Technologies and Arriver Software for the development of new automated driving technologies.

The strategic cooperation will focus on the joint development of next-generation technologies ranging from the New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) through to Level 2 Advanced Driving Assistance systems and Level 3 High Automated Driving systems. The software functions will be based on the BMW Automated Driving software stack first launched with the all-electric iX.

BMW says the efforts will focus on creating a scalable platform based on a common reference architecture, sensor-set specifications, and safety requirements with joint development, toolchain, and a data center for storage, reprocessing, and simulations. More than 1,400 specialists from Germany, the U.S., Sweden, China, Romania, and the Czech Republic will work on the systems.


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