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The design of a satellite navigation system is the basis of the automotive map positioning system. It locates users on the road using the system’s map database after receiving their position data from a GPS device. Its features include real-time traffic information, map updates, and smartphone connections.
The global map positioning unit has developed into one of the most important instruments for vehicle positioning, giving not only vehicle location data but also a geometry view of the route being used.
The potential for using car positioning technologies to promote safety on the road has substantially increased because of developments in wireless communication that enable a vehicle to exchange its location information with other vehicles and traffic control towers.
The global automotive map positioning unit market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Nissan Motor Corporation’s new model “SKYLINE” has been equipped with Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd.’s advanced driver assistance ECU (Electronic Control Unit) and high-definition map position unit, both of which are capable of automated map updates via OTA (Over The Air).
In order to provide highly accurate and inexpensive global vehicle positioning, accurate to less than 1 metre, Qualcomm Vision Enhanced Precise Positioning software combines the output of multiple, currently used automotive sensors, including Global Navigation Satellite Services, camera, Inertial Measurement Unit, and wheel sensors.
Bynav Technology plans to produce the X2 automotive-grade GNSS/INS positioning unit with the goal of giving automakers and integrators of autonomous driving a mass-production positioning solution.
In addition to supporting GPTP (precision time protocol), L-band signal reception, PPP/PPP-RTK mode, and the seamless switch of RTK/PPP mode in areas with poor N-RTK service coverage and overseas users, X2 is a credit-card-sized rugged housing with Automotive Ethernet Interface that is capable of providing high-precision positioning results through satellite-based enhanced signals even in the environment where there is no mobile signal and no base station is required.
Based on the deeply coupled GNSS/INS technology architecture, X2 can output the absolute centimeter-level position above 200Hz for use in urban canyons, tunnels, canopy of trees, severe weather such as heavy fog, rain, snow, and dust, as well as harsh environments such as traffic jams, neon lights, worn lane lines, and open road sections without feature points. In order to further increase the precision and stability of the GNSS/INS position, it can also be integrated with odometers.
BMW Group will use HERE HD Live Map, a high-definition map from HERE Technologies, to enable hands-free driving in the US and Canada, according to a statement from HERE Technologies.
One of the first companies in the world to offer high-definition maps for Level 2+ automated driving in mass-produced automobiles is HERE. This is the end product of a protracted partnership between BMW and HERE on advanced mapping capabilities.
To help the vehicle know exactly where it is on the road and what road characteristics are ahead, the HERE HD Live Map is made up of rich, incredibly accurate, and brand-new layers of data.
The lane-level data gives the onboard sensors a second source of information that is redundant, adding to the system’s safety. A vehicle can proactively adapt its behaviour to impending road features with the use of the HERE HD Live Map.
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