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Audi and TTTech Showcase Key-Enabling Technologies for the Piloted Car

Our partner Audi showcases "Vorsprung durch Technik" at the CES in Las Vegas by introducing key-enabling technologies for the piloted car together with us. Our Advanced Driver Assistance System Platform enables Audi to integrate a variety of innovative functions with multiple safety criticality levels like piloted parking or driving.

Piloted driving is fast becoming a reality. By striving for the best and most mature safety technologies in the market, Audi has identified our key enabling technologies for this important automotive innovation more than a decade ago.

Our cooperation with Audi and innovative high-tech suppliers for the piloted car demonstrates the convergence of information and control technology. It will result in a highly integrated platform ECU named zFAS, which is based on a complex multicore network, hosting sophisticated sensor fusion and a variety of innovative functions with multiple safety criticality levels like piloted parking or driving.

"Our goal is leadership in piloted parking and piloted driving. For this purpose TTTech and Audi are developing a highly advanced high performance central electronic control unit," explains Ricky Hudi, Head of Electronics, AUDI AG. "It will feature performance and computing capacity superior to the entire electronic architecture of today's Audi A4. With this high performance system we are entering the path towards piloted parking and driving in an entirely connected world."

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From left to right: Alejandro Vukotich (Head of Driver Assistance Systems, AUDI AG), Ricky Hudi (Head of Electronics, AUDI AG), Ulrich Hackenberg (Member of the Board for Technical Development, AUDI AG), Georg Kopetz and Stefan Poledna (TTTech Executive Board), Thomas Müller (Head of Braking, Steering and Driver Assistance Systems, AUDI AG)
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