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26 - 28 February 2019 // Nuremberg, Germany

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  • Sensing and Perception Solutions for ADAS and Automated Driving

    Hella and AEye seek to extend their strategic partnership to deliver customized sensing and perception solutions for ADAS and Automated Driving based on AEye’s iDAR technology. Both parties will combine their complementary know-how and capabilities in their respective domains.

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  • ZF with Sixfold AI Computing Power and Autonomous Call Bus

    At CES 2019, ZF will ignite a product firework with the new AI supercomputer platform RoboThink, solid-state lidar and 3D radar sensors. The company will demonstrate a possible field of application right in their test vehicle: a bus for ride-hailing that drives autonomously to L4.

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  • Autonomous Shuttle from Daimler and Bosch

    At the electronics fair CES in Las Vegas, Bosch presented a new concept shuttle as a "world premiere". Markus Heyn, member of the Bosch board of management, said that such vehicles would shape the streetscape in many metropolises from 2020.

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  • More efficient solar cells imitate photosynthesis

    The smallest building blocks within the power stations of organisms which get their energy directly from the sun are basically miniature reactors surrounded by collectors which capture photons and forward them to the centre. Scientist try to recreate this to increase efficency of solar power cells.

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  • German Supplier Increases Production in China

    The demand for industrial touch displays is high. The German supplier Faytech from Witzenhausen is currently significantly expanding its production in China - around 430 new employees are to be hired in the current year.

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