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Manufacturers Launch Autonomous Vehicle Consortium

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Oct. 10, 2019—A group including companies like Bosch, Toyota, GM, Nvidia, Continental, NXP and Denso has formed the Autonomous Vehicle Computing Consortium (AVCC), according to a report by TechCrunch.

The group’s goal is to work together in order to “solve some of the most significant challenges to deploy self-driving vehicles at scale." One of their first steps according to the report will be to set up recommended specs, outlining what size, temperature, power consumption and safety standards AV system architecture and computers should adhere to.

The goal is to develop some solutions so that it is easier to move from prototyping to manufacturing and deploying AVs.

The group is also open to new members. 

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