As systems experts with an eye on the whole, we can help to create new automated mobility services. Our competencies in SE (Systems Engineering), RAMS (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety) and cybersecurity combine to form the ideal environment for incubating innovation in connected and autonomous driving and parking. AVP harnesses the power of AI and computer vision, so that cars can enter, exit and park itself in an underground or multi-storey car park, improving driver safety and saving time.
The use of autonomous driving technology will address road congestion in cities by helping people park, getting cars off the road quicker than ever before. Drivers will no longer need to enter deeper levels of car parks, addressing concerns around safety and time-wastage that see only the spaces nearest entrances and exits used. Furthermore, by improving parking space efficiency – 75% of multi-storey parking spaces in Paris are empty despite being one of Europe’s most congested cities – the overall cost of parking can be reduced for consumers. In the future, cars with AVP technology will be able to be serviced, cleaned and more safely and easily when parked.
The second version of AVP is already in production, addressing some of the shortfalls of the first-generation technology. AVP 2 makes use of sensors in parking infrastructure as opposed to just those in cars. This removes ‘blind spots’ and ‘dead zones’ in computer vision mapping used in autonomous driving to make it even safer and more widely applicable. AVP technology has also been earmarked to improve the jockeying process of cars on the factory floor.
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