Nexyad is proud that TOMTOM people came to Guyancourt, France, to test our democar Dreamotor 1, November 8th 2022.
Demo of prudent recommended speed pasted on a navigation system to cope with EuroNCAP regulation GSR (2023), calculated by NEXYAD AI module SafetyNex.
Validation of different prudence targets changing the sportiveness of driving. Easy to tune differently for different trademarks.
Guyancourt, November 7th 2022, Continental staff members tried Dreamotor1 with new HMI.
Demonstration of modern ACC speed request to adjust to real complex infrastructure situations, in urban and peri-urban areas. ACC speed request computed by NEXYAD AI module SafetyNex (XAI – eXplanable Artificial Intelligence). This physics informed hybrid artificial intelligence module involves highest levels of Artificial Intelligence techniques: Fuzzy Logic, Possibility Theory, Deep Learning, Reinforcement Learning, Neural Gas, Physics of car dynamics, Applied maths. Reason of speed request is pasted on dashboard.
NEXYAD’s Hybrid Physics-Informed eXplanable Artificial Intelligence is under integration into the vehicle prototype NEXTCAR of the French Research
cluster NextMove. This vehicle gathers innovations from 5 high technology SMEs and startups and was shown at event EQUIPAUTO in Paris on the booth
On the left pic, CEO of NEXYAD discussing with the French Minister in charge of Industry, Mr Roland Lescure, in presence of Mr Claude Cham.
On picture right up, CEO of NEXYAD with Gilles Schaefer, CEO of CAR&D and member of the SMEs group ALADIN.
On picture right down, CEO of NEXYAD with Managing Director of the French Research cluster NextMove, Mr Marc Charlet.
Very interesting discussion of NEXYAD CEO with French Minister Roland Lescure about Artificial Intelligence for prudence measurement and road safety.
Good contacts made by NEXYAD on booths with companies that work for fleets and data collecting.
NEXYAD CEO spoke at a round table for Maths students from all French Universities, and he explained NEXYAD
activity on advanced Artificial Intelligence for road safety, and the special place of maths in the company.
In particular, he talked about AI Knowledge Representation, Fuzzy logic, Possibility Theory, Deep Learning,
Reinforcement Learning, and Neural Gas. He also insisted on Physics-Informed AI and on the complexity of
transforming a real world problem in maths with simplicity.
In the context of a technological partnership, DSPACE applied with success an advanced AI module of NEXYAD on the asynchonous real time framework RTMaps, for guiding autonomous driving robots: drivable surface detection from a camera, with our AI perception module RoadNex.
Note : free space detection here is performed only based on the camera video stream. The lidar sensor that is displayed is not used for this free-space detection and can be used for other functions (e.g. SLAM-based positioning, objects detection, free-space redundancy… what so ever).
Thursday, first september, six persons of UTAC made a test of Dreamotor1 around Renault Technocentre in Guyancourt. UTAC deliver regulation and homologation support, specialist vehicle conversions and test systems as well as training, consulting, audit and certification, technical inspection, standardisation and events.
Nicolas Dulac, CEO of Intempora (a dSPACE Company) made a test of Dreamotor1 around Renault Technocentre in Guyancourt.
Dreamotor1 uses Intempora RTMaps development and validation environment for multi-sensor applications.
Gerard Yahiaoui, CEO of Nexyad and Nicolas Dulac, CEO of Intempora (on the right)
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