Use of Lidar technology in driverless vehicles is becoming more affordable. Quanergy, Velodyne and Valeo are all making progress in this area. Recently, Quanergy stated that its first solid-state Lidar units will cost only $250 to OEM carmakers. The tiny device that comes after that (postage-stamp sized) will be below $100.
Nvidia, graphics processing supplier, has developed a graphics card that teaches cars to see (machine learning).
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