Journey 5-powered QCraft NOA solution to offer public trial ride in October 2022
Beijing (Gasgoo)- The autonomous driving prototype vehicle jointly developed by China’s autonomous driving firm QCraft and auto chip supplier Horizon Robotics can be expected to start road test in the third quarter of 2022.
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QCraft’s urban NOA solution, which is powered by the chip provider’s Journey 5 chips, is scheduled to open up trial rides to the public in October 2022. With the support from Horizon Robotics, QCraft’s Journey 5 chip-based high-level autonomous driving solution will reach a mass production level by 2023.
Leveraging QCraft’s full-stack autonomous driving technologies, as well as Horizon Robotics’ advanced technologies and mass production experience in the AI automotive chip field, the two companies will deploy high-speed + urban NOA systems onto high-end, mid-end, and low-end vehicle models in China. The duo aims to provide a cost-effective high-level intelligent driving experience to all Chinese drivers.
The solution is adaptive to automakers’ various demands based on different vehicle types, including sedans, SUVs, MPVs, minibuses, and others. It features a slew of functions such as autonomous lane changing and overtaking, U-turn, on/off-ramp, crossing avoidance, lane coordination, emergency braking, and more.
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