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Saturday 8th May 2021 03:01 AM

Daimler and BMW to Co-Operate on Autonomous Driving


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German automotive manufacturers Daimler AG and BMW Group have announced the signing of an deal on automated driving co-operation.

 

In their 4 July joint press release, the companies emphasized that the original goals were the improvement of driver assistance systems, automated highway driving and automated parking. The technology, once put together, will be separately implemented into the makers’ vehicles, as well as certified to other OEMs.

 

The collaboration will incorporate more than 1,200 professionals from both businesses working in the Mercedes-Benz Technology Centre in Sindelfingen, the Daimler Testing and Technology Centre in Immendingen and the BMW Group Autonomous Driving Campus in Unterschleissheim.

 

The long term arrangement is first planned to bear fruit in 2024 with the inclusion of the technology in passenger cars discharged by the businesses. The two are hopeful that the long-term nature of the co-operation will end up in an automated driving platform.



This article is originally posted on manufacturingglobal.com


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Daimler and BMW to Co-Operate on Autonomous Driving


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German automotive manufacturers Daimler AG and BMW Group have announced the signing of an deal on automated driving co-operation.

 

In their 4 July joint press release, the companies emphasized that the original goals were the improvement of driver assistance systems, automated highway driving and automated parking. The technology, once put together, will be separately implemented into the makers’ vehicles, as well as certified to other OEMs.

 

The collaboration will incorporate more than 1,200 professionals from both businesses working in the Mercedes-Benz Technology Centre in Sindelfingen, the Daimler Testing and Technology Centre in Immendingen and the BMW Group Autonomous Driving Campus in Unterschleissheim.

 

The long term arrangement is first planned to bear fruit in 2024 with the inclusion of the technology in passenger cars discharged by the businesses. The two are hopeful that the long-term nature of the co-operation will end up in an automated driving platform.



This article is originally posted on manufacturingglobal.com

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