Croatia’s leading electric car and system developer is exploring a new field.
Rimac Automobili is developing an autonomous car which is capable of sensing its environment and navigating without human input and today posted a video of testing it on roads in the Croatian capital Zagreb.
“Our Autonomous Driving Team launches its fleet of Research Vehicles to accelerate the development of our Autonomous Driving System and C_Two’s signature feature – the Driving Coach. The fleet will consist of several types of vehicles for different applications and scenarios with higher performance and more exciting vehicles to come later this year,” Rimac said on Facebook before adding.
“The vehicle shown in the video features a suite of 8 cameras, 6 radars, 12 ultrasonic sensors, an inertial measurement unit and high-precision GPS. The Research Vehicles can be controlled by our on-board AI system and will be used for data collection and testing of our algorithms. Interesting fact: the vehicle collects 6 TB of data for every hour of driving. All that data is used to develop our deep learning and AI models for perception, localisation, motion planning and driver monitoring.”
Check out the video below.