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24 04 2018 01

UK-based transport engineering consultancy Ricardo has revealed it is participating with Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) in a project to create a self-driving car that can ‘see’ around corners and through obstacles.

Led by Jaguar Land Rover, the £4.7m (US$6.6m) AutopleX project is aiming to investigate pioneering safety improvements for automated vehicle technologies and develop self-driving cars that can ‘see’ at blind junctions and through obstacles.

AutopleX will combine connected, automated and live mapping technologies so more information is provided earlier to the self-driving car. This will enable automated cars to communicate with all road users and obstacles where there is no direct view, effectively helping them see, so they can safely merge lanes and negotiate complex roundabouts autonomously.

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