Hungarian developers propose to turn any car into a drone

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2017-03-07 18:00:04

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Hungarian developers propose to turn any car into a drone

Some six thousand dollars is required in order to from the usual city cars to create a trendy and modern vehicles, equipped with autopilot. Hungarian startup AImotive offers everyone to forget about the expensive lidar and cover up your car conventional cameras in computer vision.

Artificial intelligence and camera are good when you have to travel to a new location which is not yet downloaded any maps, but technology has its drawbacks: in the snow or rain so the autopilot is guided in space worse. Despite the fact that the car looks almost nothing will be different from the normal car, the trunk after all modifications will be partially occupied by equipment. And where else to put a powerful computer that will process the received camera data and continuously drawing a map of the area? That's it.

In Addition, the guys from AImotive created car simulator for cars, which instructs the car to react to obstacles. Their development experts have already started testing, but further landfill business doesn't go yet, because now they have no license, which is required for a full test drive. But in the underground Parking, the car showed very good results.

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