Toyota will bring its Platform 3.0 automated driving platform to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next week. The new platform is designed over a Lexus LS 600h and comprises long-range sensors over 360-degrees.
The Toyota Research Institute (TRI) in California has been working on the test platform with three core principles: to elevate perception capabilities to be an industry pacesetter among automated vehicles; to blend the sensing equipment into the vehicle design with a distinct appearance that is sleek and elegant; and to package the automated vehicle technology in a manner that is easy to reproduce for building a fleet at scale.
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