Image and video sources are from Delphi Automotive. 图像和视频资料来自于德尔福。
Delphi, the automotive tier 1 supplier, has launched an autonomous driving test to prove its autonomous car technology, by letting the car drive itself from San Francisco to New York City, starting from 22 March. Delphi said it tries to use this 3,500 miles to push the self-driving technology to its limits. Before conducting this long distance test, the vehicle and technology have already been tested on shorter drives in California and Nevada.
The vehicle, Roadrunner, based on an Audi SQ5, has performed exceptionally well during the last 9 days trip. Making its debut at CES 2015, the vehicle is well-equipped with six long-range radars, four short-range radars, three vision-based cameras, six lidars, a localization system, intelligent software algorithms and a full suite of Advanced Drive Assistance Systems. More then 2.3 terabytes of data during the trip has been collected, waiting for further analysis.
Below are the daily videos colllected during the past tests. I will keep updating the videos.
Day 1: San Francisco, California
Day 2: Los Angeles, California
Day 3: Phoenix, Arizona
Day 4: El Paso, Texas
Day 5: Dallas, Texas
Day 6: Jackson, Mississippi
Day 7: Atlanta, Georgia
Day 8: Durham, North Carolina
Day 9: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania