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A look at autonomous vehicle perception

A look at autonomous vehicle perception

Perception of the surroundings is a core building block for autonomous driving. It provides answers to important questions such as: “where is it safe to drive?”, “what are other road users doing?” and “where are my blind spots?”. In practice, perception is implemented...

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Opportunities and challenges of AI in transportation

Opportunities and challenges of AI in transportation

Increased autonomy provides major opportunities in road transportation. It lowers the costs of intercity transportation, as the need for privately owned vehicles and parking lots is reduced. The costs of operating a public transportation service can be reduced, as...

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Press Release: Autonomous driving pilot in Gjesdal, Norway opens for passengers

Press Release: Autonomous driving pilot in Gjesdal, Norway opens for passengers

Sensible 4 self-driving pilot in Gjesdal, Norway opens for passengers. The EU-funded Horizon 2020 project FABULOS has been running in Norway since late January without passengers due to the requirements of local road authorities. Now the first phase including 500 hours of autonomous piloting is conducted without incidents or major issues and therefore the pilot opened for passengers this Monday.

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Smart cities can speed up autonomous driving

Smart cities can speed up autonomous driving

Finnish self-driving tech company Sensible 4 — known for its award-winning software that enables autonomous driving in any weather conditions — predicts that smart cities will have a significant impact on the speed of autonomous vehicles. Sensible 4 software doesn’t...

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Sensible 4 makes the Dongfeng CM7 autonomous

Sensible 4 makes the Dongfeng CM7 autonomous

One of the autonomous vehicles in the FABULOS pilot project last spring in Helsinki’s Pasila region was an ordinary-looking minibus. The only way to tell it’s not your everyday vehicle are the markings and sensors attached to it. But what truly matters, the...

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GACHA Kivistö, Vantaa Pilot Begins

GACHA Kivistö, Vantaa Pilot Begins

GACHA’s first pilot program for 2020 starts today in Kivistö, Vantaa. For five weeks, GACHA will be driving a 3,4 km route starting at the Kivistö train station – with stops at five other locations. Operations take place from Tuesday to Thursday between 10-12 and...

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GACHA wins Beazley Designs of the year

GACHA wins Beazley Designs of the year

GACHA wins the prestigious Beazley Designs of the year award in the Transport category at the Design Museum in London. Our autonomous shuttle bus was designed in cooperation with MUJI and the design-work was led by iconic designer Naoto Fukasawa. The Bealey prize is...

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GACHA pilot begins in Hämeenlinna

GACHA pilot begins in Hämeenlinna

Today, GACHA will start driving in Hämeenlinna at the Visamäki campus of HAMK. Like with previous pilot programs we’ll be operating from Tuesday to Thursday – this time between 10-12 and 13-15. It is open for everyone and will last until the end of October.

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GACHA pilot begins in Kera, Espoo

GACHA pilot begins in Kera, Espoo

We’re excited to announce that today the pilot program for our self-driving shuttle bus GACHA begins in Kera, Espoo. The program is a collaboration between Sensible 4, Nokia and the City of Espoo The pilot will take place on Nokia’s campus where GACHA will be using...

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