The joint research contributed to the successful completion of the European PRYSTINE (Programmable Systems for Intelligence in Automobiles) project. With a budget of about € 50 million, PRYSTINE aimed to realize safe automated driving by fail-operational urban surround perception. For three years, about 60 partners worked together in the areas of sensor-fusion, electronic architectures and artificial intelligence coordinated by Infineon. In this way, highly automated driving is being taken to the next level.
"This system architecture takes the high safety and reliability requirements of global car manufacturers' mass production programs into account", says Stefan Poledna, CTO of TTTech Auto. Infineon and TTTech Auto will continue their collaboration with the participation of the TTTech Group.
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