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Bosch automated mobility: future of self driving cars is here


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Self-driving cars and automated mobility

Bosch, the German automotive components manufacturer, is taking future of self-driving cars seriously. Bosch Automated Mobility is aiming to automate day to day driving needs. The automation will help to solve traffic problems and make daily commute safe and stress-free.

Bosch automated Valet parking
Bosch automated Valet parking

Bosch is taking a step-by-step approach for the self-driving car development. Such an approach helps to solve complex real-world problems without compromising safety. Running the self-driving cars directly on the highways is a dangerous approach, resulting in the loss of safety.



Furthermore, Bosch is starting from small automated solutions such as the remote park assist and moving slowly to complex functions. In addition, the driver assistance system improves the safety of drivers. The company is also developing highly automated functions. It is also working on fully automated car driving technology.

Partially automated driving

This type of driving includes different types of small automation in driving. Some of the components of partially automated driving include Home-zone park assist, automated valet parking, park assist and automated emergency braking system.



All these components involve semi-automation. Hence, the assistance of a driver is required and all those functionalities are not fully autonomous. Furthermore, all these features are the part of Bosch Automated Mobility.

Bosch pedestrian protection
Bosch pedestrian protection

The automated valet parking is a more advanced version of remote park assist system. In this system, the driver has to simply press the button and car finds the parking space on its own. This system is entirely driverless. The car communicates with parking infrastructure and parks on its own.

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