Continental India To Work With IIT's On Building Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

Continental India has tied up with renowned technical institutes of the country to build an Autonomous Driver Assistance System.

Continental India To Work With IIT's On Building Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

Continental India has tied up with renowned technical institutes of the country to build on the Autonomous Driver Assistance System. This includes IIT Delhi, IIT Madras, International Institute of Technology Bangalore (IIIT-B) and Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi (IIIT-D). Continental will build those things with four engineering institutes, which will be important for ADAS, which is accelerating the adoption of this technology. Continental has been at the forefront of building ADAS technology, which has an edge over LiDAR. Recently the company also invested in LiDARs with AED.

Continental India, working with colleges in India, is working to promote the safety of pedestrians, cyclists and even animals. These things are one of the many reasons people believe that autonomous cars may not be for Indian roads. ADAS technology takes input from sensors such as radars, cameras, and LiDARs via an onboard computing system using deep learning algorithms.

Praveen Kumar, Head of Engineering, Sensonics - ADAS at Continental Technology Center, said, "India is recognized for top engineering talent. We are actively working in high collaboration with leading research institutes in India. Our programs The aim is to push the limits of today's driver-assisted technologies. We have to bring more sensible vehicles on the roads ".

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