Volvo Cars has revealed that its moving toward fully electric SUV, XC90, which will be uncovered in 2022, will go with state of the art sensors which will incorporate LiDAR technology. As of late, the association had similarly revealed that it will use NVIDIA technology for its centralized computing system. This technology will be used in the two its core and autonomous drive PC to make Volvo cars safer, individual and sustainable as time goes on.
With Volvo focusing in on the hardware however Zenseact and Luminar managing the software part, the Scandinavian automaker needs to decrease accidents and fatalities with the looming safety package. Chief executive H?kan Samuelsson said that Volvo cars have reliably been the pioneer concerning safety. “By having this hardware as standard, we can reliably improve safety features over the air and present advanced autonomous drive systems, developing our leadership in safety,” he added.
The new safety package will lessen collisions and the reduction rate is needed to augment as time goes on through over-the-air software updates, said the association. Volvo also added that its impending XC90 will have support systems for key limits separated from the sensor suite and AI computing performance. This will incorporate steering and braking that will set it up for secured, unsupervised autonomous driving.
Chief technology officer Henrik Green said that the yearning of Volvo eventually is to achieve zero collisions and avoid crashes without a doubt. “As we improve our safety technology continually through updates over the air, we expect that collisions should end up being continuously unprecedented and want to save more lives,” he said. At the point when introduced, the technology is needed to create as time goes on, by allowing the vehicle to help and improve the limits of a driver in fundamental driving condition. Volvo Cars said that more nuances of this technology will be revealed at the Volvo Cars Tech Moment to be held tight June 30.